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THIRTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL MEETING, 


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INDEX. 


General Information— 

Scientific business 
Sectional business 
Addresses 
Reception Room 
Letters, etc 
Post Office 
Telegraph Office 
Editors’ and Secretaries’ Room 
Lodgings 
Hotels ... 

Restaurants 
Places of Meeting 
Notices of Motions 
List of Officers 

Programme of daily proceedings ... 

Notices with respect to Papers ... 

List of Papers promised ... 

Notice to Exhibitors in Annual Museum 
Catalogue of Annual Museum 

j> Exhibition of Surgical Instrumen 

>> )> Library 


Places of Interest ... 

Manufactories open to Members ... 


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GENERAL INFORMATION. 


The Scientific business will be conducted in five sections. 

All Sectional business will be conducted in the Town 
Hall, as follows :— 

A— Medicine. Civil Court. 

B —Surgery. Criminal Court, 
c— Midwifery. Law Library. 

D— Physiology. Barristers’ Clerks’ Room. 

E— Public Medicine. Grand Jury Room. 

All Council and Committee of Council Meetings will be 
held in the Council Chamber. 


ADDRESSES WILL BE DELIVERED- 


IN MEDICINE, 
fVednesday, 
July 28. 

12 Neon. 


Sir Wm. JENNER, Bart., 

M.D., F.R.S., Physician in Ordinary 
to Her Majesty, and Physician to Uni¬ 
versity College Hospital. 


IN MIDWIFERY, 
Thttrsday^ 2 (^th. 

2 p. m. 

IN SURGERY, 
Friday^ 2 pth. 

10 a.m. 


)t. E. BEATTY, Esq., 

( B.A., M.D., Dublin. 

)T. NUNNELEY, Esq., 

> F.R.C.S., Surgeon to the General In- 

\ firmary at Leeds. 


These Addresses will be delivered in the Lecture Theatre 
of the Philosophical Hall, Park Row. 






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RECEPTION ROOM. 

A room will be opened in the Philosophical Hall, Park 
Row, as a reception room, on Tuesday^ July 2 ’jth^ at lO 
a.m.y and on the follorjoing days at 8 a.ni.^ for the issue of 
tickets to Members, and for supplying lists and prices of 
lodgings, and other information. 

Members are requested to proceed direct to this room 
immediately on their arrival, to enter their names and ad¬ 
dresses, and to obtain the tickets necessary to secure admission 
to all the proceedings. 

Letters, Parcels, &c., may be left in this room, in care of 
the clerks. 

Arrangements will be made for the receipt and postage of 
letters in this room. 

The General Post Office and the several Telegraph Offices 
are in Park Row, close at hand. 


EDITORS’ AND SECRETARIES’ ROOM. 

A room, in the Town Hall, will be provided for the use 
of the Editors and the General and Local Secretaries. 

Gentlemen wishing to communicate with these Officials are 
requested to make application in this room. 


LODOINCS. 

Members requiring private lodgings are requested to make 
known their wishes in the Reception Room. 



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HOTELS. 

The following are the principal Hotels in the town ; those 
at the head of the list being the most commodious.— 

The Queen^Sf attached to the Wellington Station. 

Great Northern Station Hotels attached to the Central 
Station. 

The White Horsey Boar Lane. 

The Victoriay Great George Street, close to the Town Hall* 
The Bull and Mouthy Briggate. 

GUVs West Ridinq Hotely Wellington Street. 

Andrews' Boarding House (Temperance) 20 , Park Place. 
BeecrojVs Hotely Bishopgate Street. 

The Golden Lioiiy Briggate. 


RESTAURANTS. 

Powolnyy Bond Street. 

Woody Commercial Street. 

HarrisoUy Briggate. 


PLACES OF MEETING. 

All Council and Sectional Meetings will be held in the 
Town Hall. 

The General Addresses will be delivered in the Lecture 
Theatre of the Philosophical Hall. 

The Annual Public Breakfast, the Annual Public Dinner, 
md the President’s Soiree, will be held in the Victoria Hall, 
Town Hall. 



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A Conversazione will be given by Dr. Heaton, the Presi¬ 
dent of the Leeds Literary and Philosophical Society, in the 
rooms of that Institution, on the Evening of Friday^ July 
2 f>th. 

The Annual Museum and the Annual Library, together 
with the Exhibition of Surgical Instruments, will be held 
in the Leeds School of Medicine, Park Street, close to the 
Infirmary. 


NOTICES OF MOTIONS. 

The follimnng Notices have 'been given :— 

Dr. Davey : To alter Law viii, by substituting the word 
“twenty” for “ten” members, to be elected members of 
the Committee of Council. 

Mr. Gamgee : That a Committee be appointed to inquire 
into the income and expenditure of the British Medical Asso¬ 
ciation, with a view to ascertain if its resources admit of 
being more efficiently employed, than they now are, for the 
advancement of science and for the promotion of the material 
and social interests of the medical profession. 

The Rev. Dr. Bell has given the following notices :— 

1. To move that, if the first general Meeting for business 
be held in the evening, it be adjourned at ten o’clock, if the 
business be not concluded by that hour. 

2. To caU attention to the “Financial Statement” given 
in the Journal of 17th April : (a) in. relation to the items 
of expenditure and income in the publication of the Journal ; 
(b) the stipends of the officers, especially that of the General 
Secretary. 





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3- To ask, in reference to the Meeting of the Committee 
of Council of 9th June, 1869, second resolution (a) whether 
the cheque books of the Local Secretaries, as well as of the 
General Secretary, be included in the audit ; whose 

name the General Secretary keeps the banking account of 
subscriptions received by him. 

4. To move that the ten (or twenty, according to Dr. 
Davey’s notice) elected members of the Committee of Coun¬ 
cil, be not eligible for re-election, after serving two (or three) 
years, in greater number than one-half, until they have been 
non-members for a like period. * 

5. To draw attention to the propriety of not fleeting an 
Editor of the Journal on the eve of the Annual General 
Meeting, and making arrangements for alterations in the 
Journal ;t also to the advisability of nominating at the 
previous General Annual Meeting the Gentlemen who are to 
read A.ddresses at the next Annual Meeting. 

6. To suggest that the Notices of Motion for the General 
Annual Meeting be sent direct to the Editor instead of 
through the General Secretary. 

Dr. Arthur Leared : To consider the expediency 
of discontinuing the present system of having anonymous 
leading articles in the British Medical yournal. 


* This is an alteration of one of the Laws of the Association, and 
therefore cannot be brought forward without giving two months’ notice, 
in accordance with Law 21 :— 

“ Any member wishing to propose a new law, or an alteration of an 
existing law, must send notice to the Secretary at least two months pre¬ 
vious to the annual meeting, and specify the change proposed. The 
Secretary shall immediately cause such notice to be published in the 
JotiRNAL, which publication shall be repeated three times at least, and 
it shall be announced in the Report of the Council.”—T. w. w. 

t This is already provided for by a resolution of the Committee of 
Council, passed at their meeting on June 9th. The election of Editor 
will take place after the Leeds Meeting, at a time to be there announced. 
—T. w. w. 




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LIST OF OFFICERS 


resident: 


H. W. ACLAND, M.D., LL.D., F.R.S., 
Regius Professor of Medicine in the University of Oxford. 

If resident Elect: 

CHARLES CHADWICK, M.D., F.R.C.P., 
Senior Physician to the Leeds Infirmary. 

l^resident of Snuncil : 

FRANCIS SIBSON, M.D., F.R.C.P. 

Treasurer : 

R. WILBRAHAM FALCONER, M.D., F.R.C.P. 

general Secretary : 

T. WATKIN WILLIAMS, F.R.C.S. 

Section A.—MEDICINE. 

President. ... W. T. Gairdner, M.D. 


Vice-Presidents. .. 


jj. T. Banks, M.D. 

(J. D. Heaton, M.D., F 


Secretaries. 


\ T. Clifford Allbutt, 
I H. Charlton Bastian, 


Section B.—SURGERY. 


President. 


William Hey, F.R.C.S. 


ll,ce-Presidents. .., 


) Geo. Southam, F.R.C.S. 
( W. Stokes, Jun., M.D. 


Secretaries. 


t W, Fairlie Clarke, M.B. 
••• j T. R. jEssop, F.R.C S. ^ 








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Section C—MIDWIFERY. 


President. 

Arthur Farre, M.D., F.R.S. 

Vice-Presidents. ... | 

iS. Berry, L.R C.P., F.R.C S. 

! W. 0. Priestley, M.D. 

Secretaries. ... | 

1 G. H. Kidd, M.D. 

[ J. Thorburn, M.D. 


Section D.—PHYSIOLOGY. 


President. 

J. Hughes Bennett, M.D., F.R.S. 

Vice-Presidents. ... | 

) Lionel S. Beale, M.B., F.R.S. 

[ A. T. H. Waters, M.D. 

Secretaries. ... | 

1 E. Chapman, M.A. 

1 H. Power, M.B. 


Section E.—PUBLIC MEDICINE. 


President. 

W. Farr, M.D., D.C.L., F.R.S. 

Vice-Presidents ... | 

1 E. D. Mapother, M.D. 

! A. P. Stewart, M.D. 

Secretaries. ... | 

i G. H. Philipson, M.D. 

1 A. Wiltshire, M.D. 


Local Secretaries: 


T. Clifford Allbutt, M.A., M.D., 38, Park Square, 
J. E. Eddison, M.D., 19, Park Square. 

C. G. Wheelhouse, 42, Park Square. 

Jas. Seaton, North Street. 

Jno. a. Nunneley, 22, Park Place. 


Local Treasurer: 

< J. D. HEATON, M.D., F.R.C.P. 



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ORDER OF DAILY PRDGEEDINGS. 


Tuesday^ July 2'jlh. 

1 p.M.—M eeting of Committee of Council —Council 
Chamber, Town Hall. 

3 P.M.—Meeting of General Council. —Council 
Chamber, Town Hall. 

8 P.M.—First General Meeting- -Lecture Room, Philo¬ 
sophical Hall.—The retiring President, Professor 
Acland, M.D., F.R. S,, will resign his office. 

THE REW PRESIDENT, DR. GHADWIGK, 

WILL DELIVER HIS INAUGURAL ADDRESS. 


The Council’s Report will be read, and discussion 
taken thereon.—Election of General Secretary.— 
Election of Auditors.—The Report of the Medical 
Benevolent Fund will be read.—Any Motions of 
which notice may have been given. 


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Wednesday, July 2Zth. 

8.30 A.M.—Public Breakfast of the Association.—Vic¬ 

toria Hall, Town Hall. 

9.30 A.M.—Meeting of New Council—C ouncil Cham¬ 

ber, Town Hall.—Special business : To elect new 
President of the Council. 

10-30 A.M.—Meeting of Committee for Registra¬ 
tion OF Disease. —Town Hall. 

M A.M.—Second General Meeting.— Lecture Room, 
Philosophical Hall.—Appoint Place of Meeting in 
1870, and President-elect. 


12 A.M.- address in IViEDIGINE, 

SIR W. mm, BART., M.D., F.R.S. 

Lecture Room, Philosophical Hall. 


2 p.M. — Meetings of Sections —Town Hall.—Adjourn 
at 5.30. 

9 p.M.— Prasident’s Soiree —Victoria Hall, Town Hall. 





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Thursday, July 2gth. 

9,30 A.M.—Meeting of Committee on State Medicine. 

10 A M. — Third General Meeting.— Philosophical Hall. 
—Reports of Committees—Dr. E. Waters will present 
a Report from the Representative Committee—Captain 
Gabon’s paper on Hospital Construction, with dis-' 
cussion. 


2 P.M.- address in midwifery, 

DR. BEATTY. 

Lecture Room, Philosophical Hall. 

3 P.M.—Meeting of Sections— Town Hall.—Adjourn 

at 5.30. 

The Meeting of the Public Medicine Section will be a 
Special One, for Papers and Discussions on the 
Sanitary Administration of the United Kingdom. 

6 p.M. — Public Dinner of the Association—Victoria Hall, 
Town Hall. 



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Friday^ July ^otk. 

10 A.M.—Fourth General Meeting.— 

ADDRESS IN SURGERY, 

THOMAS NUNNELEY, ESQ., F.R C.S 

Lecture Room, Philosophical Hall. 

11 A.M.—Meetings of Sections—T own Hall. 

3.30 P.M.—Concluding General Meeting— Council 
Chamber, Town Hall. 

9 P-M.— Conversazione— Philosophical Hall. 







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NOTICES WITH RESPECT TO PAPERS. 


No paper shall occupy more than twenty minutes in 
delivery. 

Subsequent speakers will not be permitted to exceed ten 
minutes, except under special circumstances. 

Authors are requested to prepare beforehand short abstracts 
of their papers for publication. The papers (and abstractsy 
read in the different Sections are to be handed to the Secre¬ 
taries of the Sections for publication in the Journal of the 
Association. 

If, owing to the want of space, any papers read cannot be 
printed in the Journal, they will be returned on application 
to the office, 37, Great Queen Street, London, W.C. 





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LIST OF PAPERS PROMISED. 


f. —Tait, Lawson, L.R.C.P., Ed. 

“ On fungus tumour of the Dura Mater.” 

“On Ideo-Muscular Contraction.” 

2 . —Taylor, R. Hibbert, M.D. 

“A case of poisoning with Extract of Belladonna, 
with detailed account of Post Mortem appearances.” 

3. —Squire, Wm., L.R.C.P. 

“On the temperature variations occasioned by Vacci¬ 
nation, and its effects on the health of infants.” 

4. —Myrtle, A. S., M.D. 

“ On Hydro-therapeutics ; the resources of Harrogate 
specially considered.” 

5. —Jackson, Vincent, M.R.C.S. 

“ On the Hypodermic Administration of Alcoholic 
Stimulants.” 

6 . —Fox, C. B., M.D. 

“ Remarks on Ear-cougSfj and its mode of production.” 

I 7.—Fothergill, J. M., M^'D. 

' “ On Ursemic Diarrhoea.” * 

:S.—Anstie, Dr. 

“ On the limits of stimulation in disease.” 

9. — Reynolds, J. R., M.D., F.R.S. 

1. —“ Certain forms of Paralysis, depending on Idea.” 

2 . —“Treatment of Rheumatic Fever by Perchloride 
of Iron.” 




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10. —Sanderson, J. B , M.D. 

1. —“On the Practical and Pathological Bearing of 
Recent Researches as to the Artificial Production of 
Tubercle.” 

2. —“ On the Various Methods of Measm-ing and 
Recording the Movements of the Chest, for the purposes- 
of Clinical Observation.” 

11. —Hey, S., F.R.C.S. 

“On the beneficial results of undesigned and acci¬ 
dental Haemorrhage in certain cases.” 

12. — Little, P. C., F.R.C.S.I. 

‘ ‘ On railway and other accidents; with cases and 
observations.” 

13. — Birkett, Jno., F.R.C.S. 

“ On the causes of death after amputations of the" 
limbs in Hospitals.” 

14. —Wheelhouse, C. G., F.R.C.S. 

“ On the use of the Probe Dilator in operations- 
involving the posterior portion of the urethra.” 

15. —Teale, T. Pridgin, M.A., F.R.C S. 

“ A demonstration of Rectangular Stumps.” 

16. —Hicks, J. B., M.D., F.R.S. 

* ‘ On the use of the Intra-uterine Douche in Offensive 
Lochia, as a rule of practice.” 

. “ Cases showing the use of Perchloride of Iron in 
flooding. 

17. —Blanc, H., M.D. 

“ On Animal Vaccination.” 

18. —Playfair, W. S,, M.D. 

“ On the Treatment of Chronic Uterine Catarrh.” 


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19. —Hemingway, C. A., M.R.C.S. 

“On the Reduction of Compound Fracture, with 
Protrusion of Bone, by the Use of the Lever.” 

20. —Anderson, M’Call, M.D. 

“ On some of the more recent Methods of Treating 
certain Diseases of the Skin.” 

21. —Broadbent, W. H., M.D. 

“A brief account of a recent Investigation of the 
Structure of the Cerebral Hemisphere, with remarks.” 

22. —Ballard, Edward, M.D. 

“ On the evils arising from the present mode of taking 
Medical and Scientific Evidence in our Courts of Justice.” 

23. —CuMMiNG, James, M.D. 

“ On some points in the Pathology of Delirium 
Tremens.” 

24. —Rendle, Richard, M.R.C.S. 

“ On the Use of Protoxide of Nitrogen in General 
Surgery, and on a New Mode of Producing Rapid 
Anaesthesia.” 

25. —CooTE, Holmes, F.R.C.S. 

“On Hospitalism.” 

26. —Holmes, T., F.R.C.S. 

“ On Hospitalism.” 

27 — Teevan, W. F., B,A., F.R.C.S. 

“ On the Early Detection and Treatment of Stricture 
of the Urethra. 

28.— Meric, de Victor, M.D., F.R.C.S. 

“ On cases of Syphilitic Affection of the Third Nerve,, 
producing Mydriasis with and without Ptosis.” 



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29. —Lund, Edward, F.R.C.S. 

“ On the Use of Antiseptic Cere-Cloth for Covering 
Wounds.” 

30. — Stokes, W., Junr., M.D. 

“On Temporary Deligation of the Abdominal 
Aorta.” 

31. —Stokes, W. Jun., M.D. 

“ On a New Operation for Hare Lip.” 

32. —Gaylor, E., L.R.C.P. 

“On the Professional and Commercial abuses of the 
Club System.” 

33. —Heslop, T. P., M.D. 

“ How do the sick children of the poor obtain 
Medical Attendance ? ” 

34. —Elliot, R., M.D. 

“ Does the adjustment of the eye, to vision at different 
distances, depend on temporary changes in the magnifying 
power of the eye, either by alterations in the form or 
position of the lens, or other parts in the dioptric system 
of the eye ? ” 

35. —Elliot, R., M.D. 

“Do the movements of the Iris, by permitting only 
the more central and practically parallel rays of the 
optic cone or pencil of light, to reach the fovea centralis, 
on the anterior surface of the sensitive layer of rods and 
bulbs,—and by thus affording a sharp and well defined 
image of an object, whether near or far off—not per¬ 
fectly explain the voluntary power of-adjusting the eye 
to the distinct vision of objects at various distances ? ” 


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36. —Robertson, W. H,, M.D. 

“ Commentary on the Report of the Edinburgh Com¬ 
mittee of the British Medical Association, entitled,— 

* Researches into the action of Mercury, Podophyllin, 
and Taraxacum, on the Biliary Secretion,’ by Jno. 
Hughes Bennett, M.D., F R.S E., Chairman and Re¬ 
porter ; Extracted from the Report of the British 
Association for 1868.” 

37. — Robertson, W. H., M.D. 

“The Nitrogenous Tepid Waters of Buxton.” 

38. — Nicholson, D., M.D. 

“ On the Body Weight and Urea in a case of Star¬ 
vation.” 

39. - Philipson, G. H., M.D. 

“ On the Registration of Diseases.” 

40. —Taylor, C. B., M.D. 

“Brief Notes (on Cataract Extraction) from Berlin, 
Wiesbaden, and Utrecht.” 

41. —Protheroe Smith, M.D. 

“ An Aid to Parturition, and to the Treatment of Dis¬ 
placement of the Uterus bya new Mechanical Appliance.” 

42. —Jessop, T. R., F.R.C.S. 

“ Short Notice of a fatal case of Emphysema, pro¬ 
duced by violent Screaming.” 

43. —Land, R. T., M.D. 

“ A case of Femoral Aneurism successfully treated by 
Ligature of the External Iliac Artery.” 

44. —Moore, C. H., F.R.C.S. 

“ On certain causes of Mammary Cancer.” 




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45 -— Lee, Henry, F.R.C.S. 

* ‘ On Albumen in the Urine after Surgical Operations.” 

46. — Dyke, T. J., F.R.C.S. 

“On the Practical Working of the Sanitary Act of 
1866, and the Diseases Prevention Act of 1865.” 

47. — Routh, C. H. F., M.D. 

“ On the Treatment of certain forms of Uterine 
Cancer.” 

48. — Wallace, J., M.D. 

“ On Hydrothorax and Empyema ; Thoracentesis and 
forcible extraction of the Fluid by Suction ; with cases.” 

49. — Moriarty, T. B., Staff-Surgeon. 

“ On the Absence of Typhus and Typhoid Fever in 
Tropical Africa.” 

50. —Macleod, G. H. B., M.D. 

“ On Amputation at the Ankle-joint.” 

51. —Macleod, G. H. B., M.D. 

“ On the Immediate Treatment of Stricture.” 

52. —SOUTHAM, G., F.R.C.S. 

“ On some of the Advantages of Tapping in the 
Treatment of Ovarian Tumours.” 

53. —Fox, C. B., M.D. 

“ Remarks on Clinical Thermometers.” 

54. —Mulvany, John, M.D., R.N. 

“ On Oleum Petrolii as a Medicinal Agent.” 

55. —Braidwood, P. M., M.D. 

“ On Animal Vaccination.” 

56. —T. Clifford Allbutt, M.A., M.D. 

“ On the propagation of enteric Fever.” 




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57 -—Mclvany, J., M.D. 

“ On Permanganate of Potassa in Neuralgia and 
Crude Tubercle.” 

58. —Braithwaite, James, M.D. 

“ On a mode of applying the Midwifery Forceps pro¬ 
ductive of less pain to, and disturbance of, the Patient, 
than that usually adopted.” 

59. —W. P. Bain, M.D. 

“On a Portable Spirometer, with a short demonstra¬ 
tion of the different modes of Artificial Respiration.” 

60 . —]. R. Leake, M.R.C.S. 

“ On the Treatment of Palpitation with Delirium by 
Digitalis.” 

^i.—G. Oliver, M.B. 

“The atmosphere of Towns in its sanitary aspect.” 

^2.— Steele, A. B., L.K. & Q.C.P.I. 

“ On the Comparative Protective Powers of Animal 
and Human Vaccine Lymph.” 

63. —Murray, W., M.D. 

“ On a Case of False Anus, treated by a new and 
successful method.” 

64. —Bennett, J. Hughes, M.D. 

“ On experiments to determine the effects of Mercu¬ 
rial Preparations and various Irritants to the origin of 
the Gall-duct in the Duodenum.” 

^5.—Bennett, J. Hughes, M.D. 

“ On the Historical Argument opposed to the exist¬ 
ence of Atmospheric Germs.” 

^6.—Rutherford, W., M.D. 

“ On some Electrical Apparatus for Therapeutical 
purposes.” 



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67. —Bastian, Charlton, M.D. 

“ Notes on the Pathology and Treatment of Chorea.”’ 

68. —Anstie, F. E., M.D. 

“ On the Principles of so-called Counter-imtation.” 

69. — Wallace, J., M.D. 

“On the Treatment of Eclampsia or Puerperal Con« 
vulsions by Chloroform, manual Dilatation of Os Uteri,, 
and speedy delivery, with Cases.’’ 

70. —Procter, W. B., F.R.C.S. 

“ On the Infant Mortality of Bradford.” 

71. —Bateman, F., M.D. 

“Is it proper that Medical Men should be compelled 
to divulge in Courts of Justice, facts of a criminal nature 
which may have become known to them in answer to 
strictly professional questions ?” 

72. —J. B. Tuke, M.D. 

“ On the Morbid Appearances met with in the Brain 
of the Insane.” 

73. —E. Ballard, M.D. 

“The Defects of the Sanitary Acts.” 

74. —T. Davies, M.R.C.S. 

“Four Years’ Experience as a Health Officer in 
Bristol.” 



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ANNUAL MUSEUM. 

Leeds School of Medicine—Park Street. 

Annual Museum: Notice to Exhibitors, —Rooms will be 
provided at the School of Medicine for the Museum, in which 
it is intended to exhibit all new objects of interest to the pro¬ 
fession, such as : i. New Instruments and Appliances in 
Medicine and Surgery. 2. New Drugs and new Preparations. 
3. New Books—English and Foreign. 4. Pathological 
Preparations. 5. Photographs, Drawings, Casts, and Models 
of Pathological Specimens. 6. Models of New Inventions 
relating to Public Health, etc. 7. New Preparations of 
Food. The Museum will be opened on Tuesday Morning 
the 27th, and will remain open until the Evening of Friday 
the 30th. All objects intended for exhibition must be ad¬ 
dressed “ Care of Dr. Eddison^ the School of Medicine., Leeds 
and be delivered on or before Monday the 19th, and must be 
removed from the Museum on Saturday, the 31st July, or not 
later than Monday, the 2nd of August. No object can be 
exhibited unless it is accompanied by a written or printed 
description, and a short reference for insertion in the Cata¬ 
logue. Intending Exhibitors are requested to apply to Dr. 
Eddison for any information they require, and to inform 
him as soon as possible what they intend to exhibit, and how 
much space they are likely to need. In case any members 
prefer bringing preparations with them, they are particularly 
requested to forward short descriptions beforehand, in order 
that they may appear in the Catalogue. Adequate space and 
the necessary fittings for properly exhibiting the objects sent 
will be provided; but all expenses connected with packing 
and carriage, and all risk from injury or loss, must be borne 
by the Exhibitors. 




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DRAWINGS, PHOTOGRAPHS, &c. 


I Photograph of Case of so-called Muscular Paralysis, 
with Hypertrophy. 

Dr. Clifford Allbutt. 


2 Drawings and Photographs illustrating Animal Vac¬ 
cination. 


Dr. H. Blanc. 


3 Photographs of Stumps, showing the Results of 

Rectangular flap Operations. 

4 Casts of Stumps after the same Operation. 

Mr. T. P. Teale. 

5 Coloured Drawings, illustrating the principal forms of 

Syphilis ; in eight groups. 

Mr. Victor de Meric. 

6 Photographs of a fatal case of Elephantiasis Groeco- 

rum, occurring in England. 


Mr. T. Nunneley. 




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PATHOLOGICAL PREPARATIONS. 


7 Case of Hermaphroditism. 

8 Peculiar Disease of the Crainial and Hyoid Bones. 

9 Transverse Section of Fibula, from same case. 

10 Cast of Head, ,, 

11 Sketch from Life, ,, 

12 Plate—Anterior View, ,, 

13 Plate—Base of Skull, „ 

Liverpool Royal Infirmary School of Medicine. 


14 Cast of Section of Right Kidney. 

15 ,, Monstrosity. 

16 ,, Intus-susception of Colon in a Child. 

17 ,, Lobulated Kidney. 

18 ,, Portion of Ileum—Enteric Fever. 

19 ,, Fibrous nasal Polypus. 

20 ,, peri-typhlitic Abscess, with part of Liver from 
same case. 

21 ,, Peyer’s Glands—Enteric Fever. 

22 ,, Left Cerebral Hemisphere, from a case of 
Aphasia. 

23 Aneurism of Abdominal Aorta. 

Dr. McLaren. 

24-6 Three Casts of Heads of Children delivered by the 
Cephalotribe.— Dr. Kidd. 



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27 Skull Cap, showing the effects of Hydrocephalic 
Pressure, after the Sutures had been firmly united. 

Dr. W. hlURRAY. 

28-9 Two examples of CoUes’ Fracture of the Left Wrist. 

Mr. Vincent Jackson, 

30 Calculus removed from the Female Bladder \vithout 
Incision. 

31 Sequestrum from Upper Jaw of a Child. 

32 Model of the same Jaw after Recovery. 

Mr. Hemingway, 

33 Biliary Calculus, with Photograph.— Mr. Williams, 

34-5 Two Preparations from a case in which the External 
Iliac was tied. 

36-7 Five Specimens of Fractured Spine. 

38-40 Three Calculi. 


Mr. Nunnelky 




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THE LEEDS SCHOOL OF MEDICINE. 

41 Series of Anatomical Preparations—Human. 

42 ,, „ M Comparative. 

PATHOLOGY. 

43 Dislocation of first Lumbar Vertebra (T. P. Teale). 

1054 

44 Scrofulous Kidney, containing Calculi (Chadwick). 

1057 

45 Brain, 'with sub-arachnoid effusion of blood 

(Wheelhouse). 1064 

46 Clot of blood upon Dura Mater (Wheelhouse). 1126 

47 Trachea and Bronchi filled with peas (C. J. Wright). 

1139 

48 Large dilated right Kidney (Trewhella). 1188 

49 Aneurism of Axillary Artery, Ligature of Sub-clavian 

(Wheelhouse). 1197 

50 Deposit of Cancer in Intestine (Allbutt). 1233 

51 Caries of Foot (S. Hey). 1342 

52 Fibro Muscular tumours of Uterus (Jessop). 1350 

53 Stomach, after poisoning by prussic acid (Nunneley). 

1363 

54 Ulcer from front of knee (Nunneley). 1364 

55 Enchondroma of foot, with Photograph of Patient 

after amputation (S. Hey). 1380 

URINARY CALCULI. 

56 Prostatic—Recovery (S. Smith). 4 

57 Oxalate of Lime, remarkable for its crystalline sur¬ 

face—Death (S. Smith). 41 


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58 Oxalate of Lime, coated with Lithic Acid (?)— 

Recovery (W. Hey). 

59 Cystic Oxide, being an exact cast of the bladder,. 

remarkable for size and hardness—Death 

(T. P. Teale). 147 


60 Oxalate of Lime—Recovery (S. Hey). 

61 Oxalate of Lime—Recovery (S. Hey). 

62 Oxalate of Lime—Death (S. Hey). 346 

63 Prostatic, weighing 11 ounces, 3 drachms, 2 scruples— 

Death on 5th day (S. Hey). 292 

64 Oxalate of Lime (Nunneley). 

65 Calculus, from Female Bladder (Nunneley), 

66 Oxalate of Lime—Recovery (Wheelhouse). 267 

67 Fragments of Cystic Oxide Calculus, the patient at 

present under treatment by Lithotrity (T. P. Teale). 

68 Prostatic—Recovery (T. P. Teale). 333 

69 Prostatic—Recovery (T. P. Teale). 361 

70 Prostatic—Recovery (E. Atkinson). 271 





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72 Turacine, discovered by Prof. Church. 

Messrs. Hopkin & Williams. 

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Messrs. Southall & Co. 

74 Special Pharmaceutical Preparations. 

Mr. Edwin Yewdall. 

75 Extractum Carnis and other Preparations of Beef. 

Messrs. Gillon & Co. 

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80 Liquor Rubi Idoei, liquor of Raspberry Leaves. 

Mr. H. B. Brady, Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

81 Ergota Fluida, containing all soluble constituents. 

82 Ergota Granulata, impervious to damp. 

83 Worm seed Comfits. 

84 Tinctura Opii Purificata, free from narcotine and 

resinous matter. 




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86 Capsules of Oil of Male Fern. 

87 Extractum Seminis Hyoscyami Liquidum. 

88 Unguentum Creasoti, (Dr, Balmanno Squire’s.) 

89 Extractum Radicis Belladonnae. 

90 Emplastrum Extracti Rad. Belladonnae. 

91 Cortex Pruni Virginianse. 

92 Stramonium Cigarettes, Pepsine Globules, Pancrea¬ 

tine, Medicated Lozenges, Tasteless Pills, &c. 

93 Caustic Cones, to fit ordinary caustic holders. 

94 Lister’s Antiseptic Dressing, Improved French Mus¬ 

tard Leaflets. 

95 Liebig’s Extractum Camis. 

96 Extract of Meat Lozenges. 

97 Liebig’s Improved Baking Powders. 

98 Mineral and Aerated Waters.* 

99 Liquor Vesicans. 

Messrs. Harvey and Reynolds. 


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I lOO An Improved Stethometer.—Dr. Ransome. 

I loi Solid Cane Stethoscope.—Dr. Foster. 

I 102 Endoscope—for the Diagnosis and Treatment of 
! Diseases of the Urethra, Bladder, &c. 

' Dr. Archer Warwick. 

[I 103 Machine for rapidly preparing Antiseptic Cere-cloth. 

I ' Mr. Edward Lund. 

104 A Modification of Dr. Junker’s Apparatus for admin¬ 
istering Chloroform; with Nose-cap and Nostril 
Tubes. 

105 New Inhalers, for the administration of Bichloride of 
Methylene, in a peculiar way. 

106 A new form of Truss. 

I Mr. Richard Rendle. 

107 A New Truss, without Understraps. 

108 An Apparatus for Transverse Fracture of the Patella. 

! Mr. W. Miller. 

j 109 Vaginal Speculum—(Dr. Meadow’s.) 

I no New Ovariotomy Clamp—(Spencer Wells’.) 

Ill Embryotomy Ecraseur—(Dr. Barnes’.) 

! 112 Tracheotomy Canulas—(Dr. Durham’s.) 

113 Spring Gags—(Mr. Clover’s.) 

114 Ovariotomy Clamp—(Dr. H. Smith’s.) 

115 Galvanic Pessary—(Dr. Tanner’s.) 

116 Drainage Tubing—(Mr. Ellis’.) 





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117 A Case of Uterine Instruments. 

118 Improved Laryngeal ,, 

119 Eye Instruments, in Cases. 

120 Ear Instruments. 

121 Amputating Instruments. 

122 Improved Hypodermic Syringe—(Dr. Buzzard’s.) 

123 New Masticator—(Dr. P. Smith’s.) 

124 New Pessary—(Dr. Meadows’.) 

125 New Sphygmograph. 

Messrs. Mayer & Meltzer. 

126 Inhaling Pipe, for Smoke or Vapour.— ^James Bird. 

127 Cephalotribe. 

128 Uterine Sound. 

129 Vulcanite Syringe. 

Dr. Matthews Duncan. 

130 Pelvic Band.—D r. Protheroe Smith. 

131 Cephalotribe (SirJ. Simpson’s, modified).— Dr. Kidd. 

132 A Yoke for the Back, as an aid in the Reduction of 

Dislocation of the Shoulder. 

133 A New and Special form of Long Splint. 

R. T. Leeming. 


134 Leg Suspender (with Photographs). 

135 Bed Guard ' ,, ,, 

136 Ophthalmoscope. 

Mr. Henry Greenway. 

137 Vapour Bath and Appar. for fomentation (Bollan’s.) 

138 Carbolic Acid Diffuser (Salt’s.) 



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139 Thermoterion, for maintaining the heat of food. 

140 Ether Spray Apparatus, leaving both hands at liberty. 

(Gay’s.) 

141-3 Clinical Thermometers, Self-registering (Dr. Allbutt’s.) 

144 6-Inch Self-registering Thermometer. 

145 Clinical Chart Forms of Temperature. 

146 Trial case of Test Lenses (Paetz and Flohr’s-) 

147 New Optometre (M. Burow’s.) 

148 Apparatus for Volumetric Testing, as directed by B.P. 

149 Thermometers legible. 

150 Pocket Electro-Medical Apparatus. 

151 Pocket Electro-Medical Apparatus (Trouve’s.) 

152 Holosteric and Aneroid Barometers, Weather Tables. 

153 New Binocular Long-range Field Glass and Telescopes. 

154 Dr. Harley’s Binocular Microscope. 

155 Microscopic Objects (Mr. Cole’s.) 

156 New Neutral Tint Spectacles, ground on one side. 

157 Bifocal Spectacles. 

Messrs. Harvey & Reynolds. 


158 New Lever Lithotrite (Dr. Watson’s.) 

159-60 New Catheters (Dr. Watson’s.) 

Mr. Young, Edinburgh , 


161-3 Thermometers and Stethoscopes combined. 

Dr. C. B. Fox. 

164-202 Orthopaedic and other Instruments. 

Mr. Gustav Ernst. 



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open : a short catalogue will be found in the Programme issued with 
each ticket. Members who have brought Preparations or Instru¬ 
ments are requested to send them at once to the Museum by one of 
the Messengers in attendance at the Reception-room. 

Lists op Hotels and Restaurants, and of Places of Interest in 
and near Leeds, the Medical Charities, the News Rooms, Libraries, 
and Manufactories open to all Members of the Association, are also 
given in the Programme. 

There will be a Table d’Hote at 6.0 p.m., on Wednesday and 
Friday, at the Queen’s Hotel and at the G. N. R. Station Hotel, 
price 3s. 6d. Names should be given to the Clerk at the Reception- 
room, not later than 3 o’clock each afternoon. 

Parcels, &c., may be left in the Reception-room, in charge of the Clerks. 

Letters and Telegrams may be written at the Reception-room and in 
the Annual Library. 

The Post Office and Telegraph Offices are in Park Row. Arrange¬ 
ments have been made for the reception and delivery of Letters 
at the Reception-room. 


1^11 Communications intended for insertion in the DAILY JOURNAL should be 
A sent to DR. EDDISON, SECRETARIES’ ROOM, TOWN HALL. 







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Officers of the Association* 

Jfrcsiilcut H. W. ACLAND, M.D., LL.D., F.R.S., Professor oj 

Medicine in the University of Oxford. 

Ifrfsidcttt ElectCHARLES CHADWICK, M.D., F.R.C.P., Senior Physician 
to the Leeds Infirmary. 

i^residect of Sduocil :—FRANCIS SIBSON, M.D., F.R.C.P. 

Treasurer R. WILBRAHAM FALCONER, M.D., F.R.C.P. 

Oeoeral Secretarij T. WATKIN WILLIAMS, F.R.C.S. 


Officers of Sections. 

Section A.— MEDICINE. — President—'^. T. Gairdner, M.D. 

Vice-Presidents—]. T. Banks, M.D., J. D. Heaton, M.D,, F.R.C.P. 
Secretaries—T. Clifford Allbutt, M.A., M.D,, H. Charlton 
Bastian, M.D,, F.R.S. 

Section B.— SURGERY. — President —William Hey, F.R.C.S. 

Vice-Presidents —Geo. Southam, F.R.C.S., W. Stokes, Jun,, M.D. 
Secretaries—\N . Fairlie Clarke, M.B., T. R. Jessop, F.R.CS. 

Section C.—MIDWIFERY.— Arthur Farre, M.D., F.R.S. 

Vice-Presidents—S. Berry, L.RC.P, F.R.CS., W. O. Priestley, M..D. 
Secretaries—Q. H. Kidd, M.D., J. Ihorburn, M.D, 

Section D. — VUVSIO'LOGY.—Presidejit—]. Hughes Bennett, M.D., F.R.S. 
Vice-Presidents —Lionel S. Beale, M.B., F.R.S., A. T. H. Waters, M.D. 
Secretaries — E. Chapman, M.A., H. Power, M.B. 

Section E.— PUBLIC MEDICINE. Farr, M.D., D.C.L., F.R.S. 
Vice-Presidents — E. D. Mapother, M.D., A. P. Stewart, M.D. 
Secretaries — G. H. Philipson, M.D., A. Wiltshire, M.D. 

Local Secretaries;—T. Clifford Allbutt, M.A., M.D., 38, Park Square. 

J. E. Eddison, M.D., 19, Park Square. 

C. G. Wheelhouse, 42, Park Square. 

Jas. Seaton, Noith Street. 

Jno. a. Nunneley, 22, Park Place. 


Local Treasurer ;—J. D. HEATON, M.D., F.R.C.P- 


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Meetings to-day, Tuesday, July 27tli. 

10 A.M. — Meeting of Committee of Reference. —Council Chamber, Town Hall. 

11.30 A M. — Meeting of Finance Committee.— Council Chamber, Town Hall. 

I p.M.—M eeting of Committee of Council —Council Chamber, Town Hall. 

3 p.M.—M eeting of General Council. —Council Chamber, Town Hall. 

8 p.M. — First General Meeting. —Lecture Room, Philosophical Hall.—The 
retiring President, Professor Acland, M.D., F.R. S,, will resign his 
office ; the New President, Dr. Chadwick, wdll deliver his Inaugural 
Address. 

The Council’s Report will be read and discussed.—Election of General 
Secretary.—Election of Auditors.—The Report of the Medical Benevo¬ 
lent Fund will be read.—Any Motions of which notice has been given 
will be considered. 


The following NOTICES OP MOTIONS have been given. 

Dr. Davey ; To alter Law viii, by substituting the word “twenty” for ten’ 
members, to be elected members of the Committee of Council. 

Mr. Gamgee : That a Committee be appointed to inquire into the income and 
expenditure of the British Medical Association, with a view to ascertain if its 
resources admit of being more efficiently employed, than they now are, for the 
advancement of science and for the promotion of the material and social interests of the 
medical profession. 

The Rev. Dr. Bell has given the following notices :— 

1. To move that, if the first general Meeting for business be held in the evening, 
it be adjourned at ten o’clock, if the business be not concluded by that hour. 

2. To call attention to the “Financial Statement” given in the Journal of 
17th April : {a) in relation to the items of expenditure and income in the publication 
of the Journal; (b) the stipends of the officers, especially that of the General 
Secretary. 

■3. To ask, in reference to the Meeting of the Committee of Council of 9th June, 
1869, second resolution (a) whether the cheque books of the Local Secretaries, as 
well as of the General Secretary, be included in the audit; (b)in whose name the 
General Secretary keeps the banking account of subscriptions received by him. 

4. To move that the ten (or twenty, according to Dr. Davey’s notice) elected 
members of the Committee of Council, be not eligible for re-election, after serving 
two (or three) years, in greater number than one-half, until they have been non mem' 
bers for a like period. * 

5. To draw attention to the propriety of not electing an Editor of the Journal 
on the eve of the Annual General Meeting, and making arrangements for alterations 
in the Journal also to the advisability of nominating at the previous General 
Annual Meeting the Gentlemen who are to read Addresses at the next Annual Meeting. 

* This is an alteration of one of the Laws of the Association, and therefore cannot be brouo^ht 
forAvard without giving two months’ notice, in accordance with Law 21 :— “ 

“Any member wishing to propose a new law, or an alteration of an existing law, must send 
notice to the Secretary at least tivo months previous to the annual meeting, and specify the change 
proposed. The Secretary shall immediately cause such notice to be published in the Journal which 
publication shall be repeated three times at least, and it shall be announced in the Report of the 
Council.”—T. w. w. 

fThis is already provided for by a resolution of the Committee of Council, passed at their 
meeting on June 9th. The election of Editor will take place after the Leeds Meeting, at a time to be 
there announced.—T. w. w. 





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6. To suggest that the Notices of Motion for the General Annual Meeting be 
sent direct to the Editor instead of through the General Secretary. 

Dr. Arthur Leared : To consider the expediency of discontinuing the 
present system of having anonymous leading articles in the British Medical Journal. 


Meetings to-morrow, Wednesday, July 28tli, 

8.30 A.M. —Public Breakfast of the Association.—Victoria Hall, To\\m Hall. 

Tickets may be obtained in the Reception Room. 

9.30 A.M. —Meeting of New Council— Council Chamber, Town Hall.—Special 

business : To elect new' President of the Council. 

10-30 A.M.—Meeting of Committee for Registration of Disease.— 
West-Riding Magistrates’ Room, Town Hall. 

11 A.M.— Second General Meeting. —Lecture Room, Philosophical Hall.— 

Appoint Place of Meeting in 1870, and President-elect. 

12 A.M.— Address in Medicine, Sir W. Jenner, Bart., M.D., F.R.S.—Lecture 

Room, Philosophical Hall. 

2 P.M.— Meetings of Sections— Town Hall.—Adjourn at 5.30. 

9 p.M. —President’s Soiree —Victoria Hall, Town Hall. 


Meetings on Thursday, July 29th. 

9.30 A.M.—Meeting of Committee on State Medicine.—West-Riding Magistrates’ 
Room, Town Hall. 

Special and Important Business. —Report; Memorial to Govern¬ 
ment j Schedules of Questions ; Ways and Means, &c. 

10 a M.— Third General Meeting.—Philosophical Hall.—Reports of Com¬ 
mittees—Dr. E. Waters will present a Report from the Representation 
Committee—Captain Gallon’s paper on Hospital Construction, with 
discussion. 

2 P.M.—Address in Midwiiery, Dr. Beatty.—Lecture Room, Philosophical Hall. 

3 P.M.—Meeting of Sections— Town Hall.—Adjourn at 5.30. 

The Meeting of the State Medicine Section will be a Special One for 
Papers and Discussions on the Sanitary Administration of the United 
Kingdom. 

6 P.M.—Public Dinner of the Association—Victoria Hall, Towm Hall, Member’s 
will assemble in the Mayor’s Rooms. Tickets may be had in the Recep¬ 
tion Room. 


Meetings on Friday, July 30th. 

10 A.M.— Fourth General Meeting. —Address in Surgery, Thomas Nun- 

ncley, Esq., F.R.C.S.—Lecture Room, Philosophical Hall. 

11 A.M.—Meetings of Sections—T own Hall. 

3.30 p.M. —Concluding General Meeting— Council Chamber, Tow-n Hall. 

9 P.M.— Conversazione —Philosophical Hall. 




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I PAPERS TO EE REAP. 

; In the Journals jor Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, each Paper will 

I le placed in its proper Section. 

I; 

1. — Tait, Lawson, L.R.C.P., Ed. : “On fungus tumour of the Dura Mater;” 

; “ On Ideo-Muscular Contraction.” 

2. — Taylor, R. Hibbert, M.D. : “A case of poisoning with Extract of Bella¬ 

donna, with detailed account of Post Mortem appearances.” 

3. — Squire, Wm., L.R.C.P. : “On the temperature variations occasioned by Vacci¬ 

nation, and its effects on the health of infants.” 

4. — Myrtle, A. S., M.D. : “ On Hydro-therapeutics ; the resources of Harrogate 

specially considered.” 

' 5. —Jackson, Vincent, M.R.C.S. ; “ On the Hypodermic Administration of 
Alcoholic Stimulants.” 

6. —Fox, C. B., M.D. : “Remarks on Ear-cough, and its mode of production.” 

7. — Fothergill, J. M., M.D. : “ On Uraemic Diarrhoea.” 

8. — Anstie, Dr. : “On the limits of stimulation in disease.” 

9. — Reynolds, J. R., M.D., F.R.S. : i.—“ Certain forms of Paralysis, depend¬ 

ing on Idea ;” 2.—“ Treatment of Rheumatic Fever by Perchloride of Iron.” 

10.— Sanderson, J. B, M.D. : i. “On the Practical and Pathological Bearing 
I of Recent Researches as to the Artificial Production of Tubercle; ” 

' 2. “ On the Various Methods of Measuring and Recording the Move 

ments of the Chest, for the purposes of Clinical Observation.” 

^ II,— Hey, S., F.R.C.S. : “On the beneficial results of undesigned and accidental 
► Haemorrhage in certain cases.” 

-12.— Little, P. C., F.R.C.S.I. : “On railway and other accidents; with cases 
and observations.” 

^ I3.— Birkett, Jno., F.R.C.S. : “ On the causes of death after amputations of 
' the limbs in Hospitals.” 

14. —Wheelhouse, C. G., F.R.C.S.: “On the use of the Probe Dilator in 

operations involving the posterior portion of the urethra.” 

15. —Teale, T. Pridgin, M.a.,F.R.C.S. : “A demonstration of Rectangular 

Stumps.” 

‘ 16.— Hicks, J. B., M.D., F.R.S. : “On the use of the Intra-uterine Douche in 
Offensive Lochia, as a rule of practice.”—“Cases showing the use of 
Perchloride of Iron in flooding. 

17. —Blanc, H., M.D. : “ On Animal Vaccination.” 

18. — Playfair, W. S., M.D.; “ On the Treatment of Chronic Uterine Catarrh.” 

19. — Hemingway, C. A., M.R.C.S.: “ On the Reduction of Compound Fracture, 

with Protrusion of Bone, by the Use of the Lever.” 









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20. — Anderson, M’Call, M.D. : “ On some of the more recent Methods of Treating 

certain Diseases of the Skin.” 

21. — Broadbent, W. H., M.D.: ‘‘A brief account of a recent Investigation of | 

the Structure of the Cerebral Hemisphere, with remarks.” 

22 . —Ballard, Edward, M.D.: “On the evilsarising from the present mode of 

taking Medical and Scientific Evidence in our Courts of Justice.” 

23. -CuMMiNG, James, M.D.: “On some points in the Pathology of Delirium 

Tremens.” 

24. — Rendle, Richard, M.R.C.S. : “On the Use of Protoxide of Nitrogen in 

General Surgery, and on a New Mode of Producing Rapid Ancesthesia.” 

25. —CooTE, Holmes, F.R.C.S.; “On Hospitalism.” 

26. — Holmes, T., F.R.C.S. : “ On Hospitalism.” 

27 — Teevan, W. F., B,a., F.R.C.S.: “On the Early Detection and Treatment 
of Stricture of the Urethra. 

28. —Meric, de Victor, M.D., F.R.C.S.: “On cases of Syphilitic Affection of 

the Third Nerve, producing Mydriasis with and without Ptosis.” 

29. —Lund, Edward, F.R.C.S.: “On the Use of Antiseptic Cere-Cloth for 

Covering Wounds.” 

30. —Stokes, W., Junr., M.D.: “On Temporary Deligation of the Abdominal 

Aorta.” 

31. — Stokes, W. Junr., M.D.: “ On a New Operation for Hare Lip.” 

32. — Gaylor, E., L.R.C.P. : “On the Professional and Commercial abuses of the 

Club System.” 

33. — PIeslop, T. P., M.D. : “How do the sick children of the poor obtain 

Medical Attendance ? ” 

34. —Elliot, R., M.D. : “Does the adjustment of the eye, to vision at different 

distances, depend on temporary changes in the magnifying power of the eye, 
either by alterations in the form or position of the lens, or other parts in 
the dioptric system of the eye ? ” 

35. — Elliot, R., M.D. : “ Do the movements of the Iris, by permitting only the 

more central and practically parallel rays of the optic cone or pencil of 
light, to reach the fovea centralis, on the anterior surface of the sensitive • 
layer of rods and bulbs,—and by thus affording a sharp and well defined 
image of an object, whether near or far off—not perfectly explain the 
voluntary power of adjusting the eye to the distinct vision of objects at 
various distances ? ” 

36. — Robertson, W. H., M.D. : “Commentary on the Report of the Edinburgh 

Committee of the British Medical Association, entitled,—‘ Researches into 
the action of Mercury, Podophyllin, and Taraxacum, on the Biliary 
Secretion,’ by Jno. Hughes Bennett, M.D., F R.S E., Chairman and 
Reporter; Extracted from the Report of the British Association for 
1868.” 

37. — Robertson, W. H., M.D. : “The Nitrogenous Tepid Waters of Buxton.” | 

38. —Nicholson, D., M.D.: “On the Body Weight and Urea in a case of Star- : 

vation.” 




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i^9 *—Philipson, G. H., M.D. : “On the Registration of Diseases.” 

^o.— Taylor, C. B., M.D. : “Brief Notes (on Cataract Extraction) from Berlin, 
Wiesbaden, and Utrecht.” 

41. — Protheroe Smith, M.D. : “An Aid to Parturition, and to the Treatment 

I of Displacement of the Uterus by a new Mechanical Appliance.” 

42. — Jessop, T. R., F.R.C.S. Short Notice of a fatal case of Emphysema, pro- 

; duced by violent Screaming.” 

,43.— Land, R. T., M.D. : “A case of Femoral Aneurism successfully treated by 
! Ligature of the External Iliac Artery.” 

, 44. —Moore, C. H., F.R.C.S. : “On certain causes of Mammary Cancer.” 

I45.— Lee, Henry, F.R.C.S. : “On Albumen in the Urine after Surgical Opera- 

' tions.” 

46.— Dyke, T. J., F.R.C.S. : “On the Practical Working of the Sanitary Act of 
I 1866, and the Diseases Prevention Act of 1865.” 

‘47. — Routh, C. H. F., M.D. ; “On the Treatment of certain forms of Uterine 
Cancer.” 

48. — Wallace, J., M.D. : “On Hydrothorax and Empyema; Thoracentesis and 

forcible extraction of the Fluid by Suction ; with cases. ” 

49. — Moriarty, T. B. , Staff-Surgeon: “ On the Absence of Typhus and Typhoid 

Fever in Tropical Africa.” 

JO.— Macleod, G. H. B., M.D. : “ On Amputation at the Ankle-joint.”_ 

Ji.— Macleod, G. H. B., M.D. : “ On the Immediate Treatment of Stricture.” 

J2. —SouTHAM, G., F.R.C.S. : “'On some of the Advantages of Tapping in the 
j' Treatment of Ovarian Tumours.” 

K3.—Fox, C. B., M.D. : “ Remarks on Clinical Thermometers.” 

)4. —Mulvany, John, M.D., R.N. : “ On Oleum Petrolii as a_Medicinal Agent.” 
>5.— Braidwood, P. M., M.D. : “ On Animal Vaccination.” 

§6.— T. Clifford Allbutt, M.A., M.D. : “ On the propagation of enteric Fever.” 

57. — Mulvany, J., M.D. : “On Permanganate of Potassa in Neuralgia and Crude 
I Tubercle.” 

it j8.— Braithwaite, James, M.D. : “ On a mode of applying the Midwifery Forceps 
productive of less pain to, and disturbance of, the Patient, than that usually 
adopted.” 

1 ) 9 .—W. P. Bain, M.D. : “On a Portable Spirometer, with a short demonstration 
i of the different modes of Artificial Respiration.” 

;j>o.— ^J* R. Leake, M.R.C.S. : “ On the Treatment of Palpitation with Delirium by 
y Digitalis.” 

Ijji.—G. Oliver, M.B. : “The atmosphere of Towns in its sanitary aspect.” 

— Steele, A. B.^ L.K. & Q.C.P.I.: “On the Comparative Protective Powers 
t of Animal and Human Vaccine Lymph.” 

1 ^ 3 * Murray, W., M.D. : “ On a Case of False Anus, treated by a new and 
successful method.” 








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64. —Bennett, J. Hughes, M.D. : “ On experiments to determine the effects < 

Mercurial Preparations and various Irritants to the origin of the Gall-dii 
in the Duodenum.” 

65. — Bennett, J. Hughes, M.D. : “ On the Historical Argument opposed to 1 

existence of Atmospheric Germs.” 

66. — Rutherford, \V., M.D.: “On some Electrical Apparatus for Therapeuth 

purposes.” 

67. — Bastian, Charlton, M.D.: “Notes on the Pathology and Treatment 

Chorea.” 

68. —Anstie, F. E., M.D. : “ On the Principles of so-called Counter-initation.” 

69. — Wallace, J., M.D. : “On the Treatment of Eclampsia or Puerperal Convu 

sions by Chloroform, manual Dilatation of Os Uteri, and speedy delivei^ 
with Cases.’’ 

70. — Procter, W. B., F.R.C.S. : “ On the Infant Mortality of Bradford.” 

71. — Bateman, F., M.D.: “Is it proper that Medical Men should be compell 

to divulge in Courts of Justice, facts of a criminal nature which may ha 
become known to them in answer to strictly professional questions ?” 

72. —^J. B. Tuke, M.D. : “ On the Morbid Appearances met with in the Brain 

the Insane.” 

73. —E. Ballard, M.D. : “The Defects of the Sanitary Acts.” 

74. —T. Davies, M.R.C.S.: “Four Years’Experience as a Health Officer in Bristol 


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LEEDS, 1869. 


BRITISH MEDICAL ASSOCIATION, 

thirty-seventh annual meeting. 


DAILY JOURNAL. 

No. II. 

WEDNESDAY Morning, 28th July. 

Members are requested, immediately after their arrival, to enter 
their Names and Addresses in the Address Book, at the Beception- 
room in the Philosophical Hall, Park Bow, where they will obtain 
all the necessary tickets and any information they require. 

Members who wish to Bead Papers, of which they have not already 
given notice, are requested to send them at once to the General 
Secretary, Secretaries’ Boom, Town Hall, together with a short 
abstract for publication in the Journal. 

The Annual Museum in the School of Medicine, Park Street, is now 

I open : a short catalogue will be found in the Programme issued with 
each ticket. Members who have brought Preparations or Instru¬ 
ments are requested to send them at once to the Museum by one of 
the Messengers in attendance at the Beception-room. 

hiSTS OF Hotels and Bestaurants, and of Places of Interest in 
and near Leeds, the Medical Charities, the News Booms, Libraries, 
and Manufactories open to all Members of the Association, are also 
given in the Programme. 

lHere will be a Table d’Hote at 6.0 p.m., on Wednesday and 
Friday, at the Queen’s Hotel and at the G. N. B. Station Hotel, 
price 3s. 6d. Names should be givei^to the Clerk at the Beception- 
room, not later than 3 o’clock each afternoon. 

J^ARCELS, &c., may be left in the Beception-room, in charge of the Clerks. 

jETters and Telegrams may be written at the Beception-room and in 
the Annual Library. 

’he Post Office and Telegraph Offices are in Park Bow. Arranoe- 
ments have been made for the reception and delivery of Letters 
at the Beception-room. 


l11 Communications intended for insertion in the DAILY JOURNAL should be 
sent to DPv. EDDISON, SECRETARIES’ ROOM, TOWN HALL. 







Officers of the Association i 


^I’resideot H. W. ACLAND, M.D., LL.D., F.R.S., Regius Professor of 
Medicine m the University of Oxford, 

ifrfStdent ElectCHARLES CHADWICK, M.D., F.R.C.P., Senior Physician 
to the Leeds Infirmary. 

Ifresident of Council FRANCIS SIBSON, M.D., F.R.S., F.R.C.P. 
Treasurer :—R. WILBRAHAM FALCONER, M.D., F.RC.P. 

C-eoeral Secretary T. WATKIN WILLIAMS, F.R.C.S. 


Officers of Sections. 

Section A.—President—\N. T. GAIRDNER, M.D. 

Vice-Presidents—]. T. BANKS, M.D., J. D. HEATON, M.D., F.R.C.P. 

Secretaries- T. CLIFORD ALLBUTT, M.A., M.D., H. CHARL¬ 
TON BASTIAN, M.D., F.R.S. 

Section B.—SURGERY.—WILLIAM HEY, F.R.C.S. 

Vice-Presidents—(SVO. SOUTHAM, F.R.C.S., W. STOKES, Jun., M.D. 

Secretaries—W. FAIRLIE CLARKE, M.B., T. R. JESSOP, 
F.R.C.S. 

Section C.—MIDWIFERY.—ARTHUR FARRE, M.D., F.R.S. 

Vice-Presidents—S. BERRY, L.R.C.P., F.R.C.S., W. O. PRIESTLEY, 

M.D. 

Secretaries—Q. H. KIDD, M.D., J. THORBURN, M.D. 

Section D.—PHYSIOLOGY.—HUGHES BENNETT, M.D., 

F.R.S.E. 

Vice-Presiuents—\AOV^VL S. BEALE, M.B., F.R.S., A. T. H. WATERS, 
M.D. 

Secretaries—V. CHAPMAN, M.A., H. POWER, M.B. 

Section E.—PUBLIC MVmcmV.—President— FARR, M.D., D.C.L., 

F.R.S. 

Vice-Presidents—V,. D. MAPOTHER, M.D., A. P. STEWART, M.D. 
Secretaries— H. PHILIPSON, M.D., A. WILTSHIRE, M.D. 

Local Secretarie.s:—T. Clifford Allbutt, M A , M.D., 38, Park Square. 

J. E. Eddison, M.D., 19, Park Square. 

C. G. Wheelhouse, 42, Park Square. 

JAS. Seaton, North Street. 

Jno. a. Nunneley, 22, Park Place. 

Local Treasurer:—;. D. HEATON, M.D., F.R.C.P. 







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Meetings to-day, Wednesday, July 28th. 

8.30 A.M.—Public Breakfast of the Association.— Victoria Hall, Town Hall. 

Tickets may be obtained in the Reception Room. 

9.30 A.M.—Meeting of New Council —Council Chamber, Town Hall.—Special 

business : To elect new President of the Council. 

10-30 A.M.—Meeting of Committee for Registration of Disease.- 
West-Riding Magistrates’ Room, Town Hall. 

11 A.M.— Second General Meeting. —Lecture Room, Philosophical Hall.— 

Appoint Place of Meeting in 1870, and President-elect. 

12 A.M.—Address in Medicine, Sir W. Jenner, Bart., M.D., F.R.S.—Lecture 

Room, Philosophical Hall. 

2 p.M.—M eetings of Sections— Town Hall.—Adjourn at 5.30. 

9 p.M. —President’s Soiree —Victoria Hall, Town Hall. 


Business of Sections to-day, Wednesday. 


All Meetings of Sections will be held in the Tomui Hall. 

No Paper may occupy more than Twenty minutes in delivery. No subsequent 
speaker may exceed Ten minutes. 


Section A.—MEDICINE. (Civil Court.) 

President —W. T. Gairdner, M.D. 

Vice-Presidents—]. T. Banks, M.D., J. D. Heaton, M.D., F.R.C.P. 
Secretaries —T. Clifford Allbutt, M.A., M.D., H. Charlton 
Bastian, M.D., F.R.S. 

Brief Introductory Address by the President. 

Sanderson, J. B, M.D. : i. “ On the Practical and Pathological Bearing 
of Recent Researches as to the Artificial Production of Tubercle.” 
(Forty Minutes will be allowed for reading this paper.) 

Robertson, W. H , M.D. ; “The Nitrogenous Tepid Waters of Buxton.” 
Fothergill, j. M., M.D. : “ On Ursemic Diarrhoea.” 

Reynolds, J. R., M.D., F.R.S. ; “ Treatment of Rheumatic Fever by Per- 
chloride of Iron.” 

Fox, C. B,, M.D. : “ Remarks on Clinical Thermometers.” 







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Section B. —SURGERY. (Crown Court.) 

President —William Hey, F.R.C.S. 

Vice-Presidents— Geo. Southam, F.R.C.S., W. Stokes, Jun., M.D. 

Secretaries—Vf , Fairlie Clarke, M.B., T. R. Jessop, F.R.CS. ! 

Southam, G., F.R.C.S. : On some of the Advantages of Tapping in the 

Treatment of Ovarian Tumours.” 

Hey, S., F.R.C.S.: “On the beneficial results of undesigned and accidental ‘ 
Haemorrhage in certain cases.” 

Teevan, W. F., B,A., F.R.C.S.: “On the Early Detection and Treatment of 
Stricture of the Urethra. 

Macleod, G. H. B., M.D. : “ On the Immediate Treatment of Stricture.” ' 

Macleod, G. H. B., M.D. : “ On Amputation at the Ankle-joint.” 

Wheelhouse, C. G., F.R.C.S. : “On the use of the Probe Dilator in opera¬ 
tions involving the posterior portion of the urethra.” 

Stokes, W., Junr., M.D. : “ On Temporary Deligation of the Abdominal: 

Aorta.” ; 

Stokes, W. Junr., M.D.: “ On a New Operation for Hare Lip.” i 

Bennett, Wm., M.D. : “ On the Therapeutical Application of Steam under High 
Pressure.” 

Little, P. C., F.R.C.S.I. : “On railway and other accidents; with cases and 
observations.” j 


Section C.—MIDWIFERY. (Law Library.) 

President— Ketyloe Farre, M.D., F.R.S. 

Vice-Presidents—'S>. Berry, L.R C.P., F.R.CS., W. O. Priestley, M..D. 

Secretaries—G. H. Kidd, M.D., J. Thorburn, M.D. 

Playfair, W. S., M.D.: “ On the Treatment of Chronic Uterine Catarrh.” 

Wallace, J., M.D. : “On the Treatment of Eclampsia or Puerperal Convulsions 
by Chloroform, manual Dilatation of Os Uteri, and speedy delivery, with 
Cases.” 

Hicks, J. B., M.D., F.R.S. : “On the use of the Intra-uterine Douche in 
Offensive Lochia, as a rule of practice.”—“Cases showing the use of 
Perchloride of Iron in flooding. 

Squire, Wm., L.R.C.P. : “On the temperature variations occasioned by Vacci¬ 
nation, and its effects on the health of infants.” 

Protheroe Smith, M.D. : “An Aid to Parturition, and to the Treatment of 
Displacement of the Uterus by a new Mechanical Appliance.” 








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Routh, C. H. F., M.D. : “ On the Treatment of certain forms of Uterine Cancer.” 

Braithwaite, James, M.D. : “ On a mode of applying the Midwifery Forceps 
productive of less pain to, and disturbance of, the Patient, than that usually 
adopted.” 


Section D.—PHYSIOLOGY. (Barristers^ Clerks' Room.) 

! President—]. Hughes Bennett, M.D., F.R S.E. 

Vice-Presidents — Lionel S. Beale, M.B., F.R.S., A. T. H. Waters, M.D. 

Secretaries —E. Chapman, M.A., H. Power, M.B. 

Bennett, J. Hughes, M.D.: “On experiments to determine the effects of 
; Mercurial Preparations and various Irritants to the origin of the Gall-duct 

in the Duodenum.” 

Bennett, J. Hughes, M.D. : “On the Historical Argument opposed to the 
existence of Atmospheric Germs.” 

Meric, De Victor, M.D., F.R.C.S. : “On cases of Syphilitic Affection of the 
Third Nerve, producing Mydriasis with and without Ptosis.” 

Fox, C. B., M.D. : “Remarks on Ear-cough, and its mode of production.” 

Broadbent, W. H., M.D.: “A brief account of a recent Investigation of the 
Structure of the Cerebral Hemisphere, with remarks.” 

Elliot, R., M.D. : “Does the adjustment of the eye, to vision at different 
distances, depend on temporary changes in the magnifying power of the eye, 
either by alterations in the form or position of the lens, or other parts in 
the dioptric system of the eye?” 

Elliot, R., M.D. : “Do the movements of the Iris, by permitting only the 
more central and practically parallel rays of the optic cone or pencil of 
light, to reach the fovea centralis, on the anterior surface of the sensitive 
layer of rods and bulbs,—and by thus affording a sharp and well defined 
image of an object, whether near or far off—not perfectly explain the 
voluntary power of adjusting the eye to the distinct vision of objects at 
various distances ? ” 






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Section E.—STATE MEDICINE. (Council Chamber.) 

President —W. Farr, M.D., D.C.L., F.R.S. 

Fice-Preside?tts —E. D. Mapother, M.D., A. P. Stewart, M.D. 

Secretaries —G. H. Philipson, M.D., A. Wiltshire, M.D. 

Address by the President. 

Blanc, H., M.D. : “ On Animal Vaccination.” 

Braidwood, P. M., M.D. : “ On Animal Vaccination.” 

Steele, A. B., L.K. & Q.C.P.I.: “On the Comparative Protective Powers of 
Animal and Human Vaccine Lymph.” 

Philipson, G. H., M.D. : “On the Registration of Diseases.” 

G. Oliver, M.B. : “The atmosphere of Towns in its sanitary aspect.” 

Procter, W. B., F.R.C.S. : “ On the Infant Mortality of Bradford.” 

Gaylor, E., L.R.C.P. : “ On the'Professional and Commercial abuses of the Club 
System.” 

T. Clifford Allbutt, M.A., M.D. : “ On the propagation of Enteric Fever.” 

Heslop, T. P., M.D. : “ How do the sick children’of the poor obtain Medical 
Attendance ? ” 


Meetings on Thursday, July 29th. 

9.30 A.M.—Meeting of Committee on State Medicine.—Council Chamber, Toum 
Hall. 

Special and Important Business. —Report; Memorial to Govern¬ 
ment ; Schedules of Questions ; Ways and Means, &c. 

10 A.M.— Third General Meeting. — Philosophical Hall.—Reports of Com-. 

mittees—Dr. E. Waters will present a Report from the Representation 
Committee—Captain Gabon’s paper on Hospital Construction, with 
discussion. 

2 p.M.—A ddress in Midwiiery, Dr. Beatty.—Lecture Room, Philosophical Hall. 

3 P.M.—Meeting of Sections— Town Hall.—Adjourn at 5.30. 

The Meeting of the State Medicine Section (Council Chamber, Toum 
Hall) will be a Special One for Papers and Discussions on the Sanitary 
Administration of the United Kingdom. 

6 P.M.—Public Dinner of the Association—Victoria Hall, Tomti Hall, Members 
will assemble in the Mayor’s Rooms. Tickets may be had in the Recep¬ 
tion Room. 


Meetings on Friday, July 30th. 

10 A.M. —Fourth General Meeting.— Address in Surgery, Thomas Nun- 

neley. Esq., F.R.C.S.—Lecture Room, Philosophical Hall. 

11 A.M.—Meetings of Sections—Tomti Hall. 

3.30 P.M.—Concluding General Meeting —Council Chamber, Tomti Hall. 

9 P.M.—Conversazione— Philosophical Hall. 







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BUSINESS DONE YESTEEDAY, 

Dr. Acland resigned his office. 

Dr. Chadwick read his address. 

The Eeport was read and adopted. 

Captain Galton and Dr. Brown-Sequard were elected Honorary 
Members. 

Eeport of Medical Benevolent Fund was read and adopted. 

Dr. Davey’s motion was not agreed to; an amendment, proposed 
by Dr. Eichardson, was also rejected. 

Dr. Bell brought forward several motions, which were not passed. 
Meeting adjourned at 12 p.m. 










BRITISH MEDICAL ASSOCIATION. 


NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF MEMBERS, 

Received at the Reception Room, Philosophical Hall, Leeds, on 
Tuesday, July 27th, 1869. 

Members are requeued to furnish the Address Clerk, at the Reception 
Room, with any corrections or additions to this List, before G on 

Wednesday, in order that they may appeoA' in Thursday's Journal. 


Name. 

Residence. 

Leeds Address. 

41lbutt, T. C., M.A., M.D. 

Leeds 

Anderson, Me All, M.D. 

Glasgow 

Queen’s Hotel 

Adams, W. L., M.B. 

Cork 

Dr. W. Braithwaite 

Atkinson, E., M.B.C.S. 

2, Albion place ... Leeds 

Askwith, Robert, M.D. 

Cheltenham 

Philosophical Hall 

Armstrong, L., M.R.C.S. 

South Shields 

Mr. Glover, Little 



Woodhouse 

Arlidge, J. T., M.D., 



M.R.C.P. 

Newcastle .. 

Queen’s Hotel 

Ackroyd, George, M.D. 


Woodhouse lane, Leeds 

Beatty, T. E., M.D. 

Dublin 

Gledhow wood 

Bastian, H. C., M.D. ... 

London 

38, Park square 

Begley, W. C., M.D. ... 

Hanwell 

Queen’s Hotel 

Barnes, Henry, M.D. ... 

Carlisle 

... Bull and Mouth Hotel 

Beardsbaw, Ralph, 



M.R.C.L., &c. 

Leeds 


Braithwaite, James, M.D. 

Leeds 


Browne, J. C., M.D. ... 

Wakefield .. 


Bell, D., Rev., M.D., 



C.M. . 

Goole 25, Great Northern Railway Hotel 

Barker, J., F.R.C.S.E. 

Warwick 

Victoria Hotel 

Bate, E., M.D. 

Norwich 

Queen’s Hotel 

Bartrum, J. S., F.R.C.S. 

Bath 

Headingley House 

Ballard, L., M.D. 

Islington 

Great Northern Railway Hotel 







Name. 


Residence. 


Leeds Address. 


Bainbridge, F., M.B.C.S. 
Bagnall, S. R, M.B.C.S. 
Barleet, E., F.R.C.S. ... 

Bealey, A., M.D. 

Bran.son, F., M.D. 

Baker, J. W., M.B.C.S. 
Bolt, T. B., M.D. 

Bartlett, W., F.R.C.S— 
Broadbent, W. H., M.D. 
Beatty, J. G., L.K.Q.C.P. 
Balding, D.B., F.R.C.S. 
Blanc, H. 

Bryan, E., M.B.C.S. ... 
Bell, J. H., M.D. 

Bain, W.P., M.D. 

Barclay, J., M.D. 

Beunet, J. H., M.D. 
Barles, J. T., M.D. 
Beevars, W. A., M.B.C.S. 


Chapman, E., M.A. 
Clayton, M. H., M.B.C.S. 
Carter, T.B., M.B.C.S. . 
Coate, H. C., F.R.C.S. . 

Chadwick, C., F.R.C.S. . 
Cooper, Sir H., M.D. ... 
Cruise, F. B., M.D. 

Charlton, E., M.D. 
Chambers, T, F.R.C.S. . 

Crossby, J. P, L.B.C.P. 
Cornwall, J., M.B.C.S. . 
Carden, H. D., F.R.C.S. 
Corrie, J. J., M.B.C.S. 
Craister, F. L., M.B.C.S. 
Churton, W., M.B.C.S., 
Cooke, B. B., F.R.C.S., 
Clark, J., M.D. 

Copeland, W., M.B.C.S. 
Church, W. J., F.R.C.S. 
Cooper, B., M.B.C.S. ... 
Clarke, J. C., M.B.C.S. 
Cioly, H. G., F.R.C.S... 
Charcote, J. N., M.D. 


Dobson, Thomas, M.D. 


Harrogate 

Great Northern Railway Hotel 

Leeds 


Gloster 

Victoria Hotel 

Harrogate .. 

Queen’s Hotel 

Chesterfield., 

Rev. E. Jackson 

Derby 

Queen’s Hotel 

Burley 

Wharton’s Hotel 

London 

Great Northern Railway Hotel 

London 

Dr. Allbutt 

Dublin 

Great Northern Railway Hotel 

Boyston 

Philosophical Hall 
Queen’s Hotel 

London 

Idle 


Bradford 


Poplar 

. Great Northern Railway Hotel 

Leicester 

35, Park Square, Leeds 

London 

Dr. Hey, Albion Place, Leeds 

Dublin 

Dr. Heaton, Claremont 

London 

Victoria Hotel 

Oxford 

Dr. Braithwaite 

Birmingham 

Queen’s Hotel 

Potternewton 

London 

A. Horsfall, Esq., 
Whitkirk 

Leeds 


Hull... 

Queen’s Hotel 

Dublin 

... T. P. Teale, Esq., 
Leeds 

Newcastle . 

Dr. Chadwick 

London 

6, Lewis street, Pot¬ 
ternewton 

Leeds 


Bath 

Harrogate 

Worcester . 

22, Park place, Leeds 

Leeds 

Bramley 


Lightcliffe, Halifax... Philosophical Hall 

Scarbro’ 

T. P. Teale, Esq., Leeds 

Walsall 

Queen’s Hotel 

Staindrop 

Queen’s Hotel 

Bath 

Queen’s Hotel 

Leek 

Great Northern Railway Hotel 

Gilder some . 

Dublin 

T. P. Teale, Esq., Leeds 

Paris 

Queen’s Hotel 

Holbeck 

... Leeds 

Leeds 




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Name. 

Residence. 

Leeds Address. 

Deville, T., M.D. 

Harrogate .., 

... Philosophical Hall 

Druitt, R., F.R.C.S. ... 

London Mr. 

R. Green, Roundhay, Leeds 

Desmond, L. E., M.D.... 

Liverpool ... 

Queen’s Hotel, Harrogate 

De Meric,yictor, F.R.C.S. London 

Philosophical Hall 

Davey, J.G., M.D. 

Day, Henry, M.D. 

Bristol Great Northern Railway Hotel 

Stafford 

Queen’s Hotel 

Drury, C. D. H., M.D. 

Sunderland ... 

Queen’s Hotel 

Down, L., M.D. 

London 

46, Springfield place 

Davies, J. S., M.R.C.S. 

Oswestry 

... Great Northern Hotel 

Dickson, W., M.D. 

London 

... Great Northern Hotel 

Eddison, J. E., M.D. ... 

Leeds 

19, Park square 

Eddie, W. H., M.R.C.S. 
Eagland, W. H., M.D. . 

Barton 

3, Blenheim terrace, Leeds 

Leeds 

Farr, Wm., M.D., 

Bickley 

Dr. Heaton 

Falconer, R. W., M.D. 
Fothergill, J. M., M.D. 

Bath 

... Dr. Chadwick 

Bull and Mouth 

Fitz Patrick, H., M.D. 

West Derby 

Dr. Myrtle, High Harrogate 

Fielding, J. R., M.R.C.S, 

. Alfreton 

Queen’s 

Farre, Arthur, M.D. ... 

London 

... Mr. Hey 

Foster, John, F.R.C.S... 

Bradford 

Folker, W. H., F.R.C.S. 

Hanley 

... Victoria Hotel 

Frain, Joseph, M.D. ... 

South Shields 

... G reat Noi them Hotel 

Fothergill, J. R., M.D. 

Darlington ... 

Queen’s Hotel 

Fuller, William, M.B.... 

Oswestry 

... Queen’s Hotel 

Galton, D., C.B. 

London 

... 45, Park square 

Griffith, T.T., 

Wrexham ... 

12, Warwick place 


Garlick, William, M.R.C.S. 7, Hyde terrace 
Greenliow, T. M., M.D. Chapel-Allerton 

Gairdner, W. T., M.D. Glasgow 

Giddings, W. R., L.R.C.P. Calverley 
Gowans, William, L.R.C.P.S. South Shields 


Dr. Allbutt 


Great Northern Kail 
way Hotel 

Gibbon, S. I., M.B. ... London Great Northern Railway Hotel 
Gray, E. B., M.D. ... Oxford ... ... 42, Park square 


Hutchinson, J., F.R.C.S. 
Hall, W., M.R.C.S. .. 
Haughton, S., M.D. 

Holman, C., M.D. 
Hemingway, C. A., 

M. EI.C.S. 

Hornby, T., R.G.P. 

Hall, J. C., M.D. 


London 
Leeds 

Trinity College, Dublin 
Riegate 

The Elms, Dewsbury 
Sheffield . 


Great Northern Railway Hotel 


Rev. T. R. Shelton, 
Park square, Leeds. 
Queen’s Hotel. 

Medical School, Leeds 
Philosophical Hall 
Queen’s Hotel 




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Name. 


Residence. 


Leeds Address. 


Heath, F. A., M.R.C.S. 


Hutchinson, R. S., M.D 
Hardy, H. G , M.R.C.S. 
Heffernan, E., L.R.C.P.E 
Hirst, S. C., M.R.C.S. 
Higginson, A. M.R.C.S. 
Heslop, T. P., M.D. ... 
Harrison, R., F.R.C.S. 
Hare, C. J., M.D. 

Heaton, J. D., M.D. ... 
Henry, A., M.D. 

Hey, S., F.R.C.S. 

Haynes, S., M.D. 


Hepworth, \V., M.R.C.S. 
Hall, F., M.R.C.S. ... 
Horsfall, J., M.R.C.S.... 
Holmes, F., M.R.C.S.... 
Hepworth, W. B. 

M.R.C.S. 

Handcock, G., M.R.C.S. 
Heaps, J., F.R.C.S. ... 
Husband, W. D., F.R.C.S. 
Hayward, G., M.D. 

Hirst, C., L.R.C.P.E. ... 
Hey, William, F.R.C.S. 


Ikin, J. I., F.R.C.S. 


Jessop, T. R., F.R.C.S. 

Jephcott, S. T., M.D. . 

Jobson, J., F.R.C.S. . 

Je’wison, T. W., M.R.C.S.E. Oulton 


Manchester 

. John Barber, Esq., 
12, Cromer terrace 

Scarbro’ 

Philosophical Hall 

Byer’s Green 

9, Oxford Row, Leeds 

Spennymoor 

9, Oxford row, Leeds 
Philosophical Hall 

Bowling 

Liverpool .. Dr. Greenhow’s, Chapeltown 

Bii’mingham 

Queen’s Hotel 

Liverpool 

Victoria Hotel 

London 

Leeds 

London 

Leeds 

2, Warwick Villas 

Laverstock, Salisbury 

Guiseley 

Leeds 

Great Northern Sta¬ 
tion Hotel 

London 

Wliitkirk 

London 

Armley 

Hunslet road, Leeds 
Westgate, Otley 

Burmantofts 

York . 

Leeds 

Morley 

Albion place 

Queen’s Hotel 

19, Park Place 

Leeds 

Worcester ... 

Queen’s Hotel 

32, Park Square 

Leeds 

Chester 

Queen’s Hotel 

Bishop Auckland ... 

Great Northern Rail- 


way hotel 


Kelley, G. V., P.R.C.S. 
Kennedy, E., M.D. 
Kidd, G. H.,M.D. ... 


Leeds 

Dublin 

Dublin 


Queen’s Hotel 
Great Northern Hotel 


Lombard, J. S., M.D. ... 
Lewis, W., M.D. 

Lingen, C., F.R.C.S. ... 
Libbey, H. C., M.R.C.S. 
Little, J., M.D. 


Boston Great Northern Railway Hotel 

London ... ... R. Barr 

Hereford ... ... Victoria Hotel 

Huuslet lane, Leeds 

Dublin ... Great Northern Railway 
Hotel 




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Name. 

Lilly, W., M.D. 

Loe, .T. S., M.R.C,S. . 
Lee, H., F.RC.S. 
Leared, A., M.D. 
Leeson, J. F., T.R.C.P. 

Lee, M., M.D. 

Lawson, J., L.R.C.S. .. 
ILeadman, A., L.A.C. ., 
Lees, S. D., M.D. 
Latham, P. W., M.D. . 
Lambert, J., M.R.C.S. 
Lunn, W. J., M.D. .. 
Lake, J. R. 


Residence. 


Leeds Address. 


London ... 5, Great George street 

Woodhouse lane, Leeds 
9, Saville row, London 9, Park square, Leeds 
London ... ... 2, Albion place 

Bradford ... ... Philosophical Hall 

Bradford ... ... Philosophical Hall 

Wakefield ... ... Rectory, Adel 

69, Woodhouse lane, Leeds 
Ashton-under-Lyne... Victoria Hotel 
Cambridge ... ... Philosophical Hall 

Farsley, near Leeds 

Hull Mr. Hodson’s, the Docks, Leeds 

80th Regt., Liverpool Queen’s Hotel 


Meade, R. H., F.R.C.S. 

Bradford 

Philosophical Hall 

Miall, P., M.R.C.S ... 

Bradford 

Mackie, J., M.R.C.S. ... 

Darlington ... 

9, Oxford row 

MaoNamara, E., P.K.C.S.I. 

Queen’s Hotel 

Martin, J., F.R.C.S. 

Portland 

42, Park square 

MacKenzie, W. S., L.R.C.P. Normanton 

... Philosophical Hall 

Martin, W., F.R.C.S. ... 

London Great Northern Railway Hotel 

Moriarty, T. B., M.D. 

Army 

Queen’s Hotel 

Matterson, W., M.D. 

York 

... Queen’s Hotel 

Morris, E., M.D. 

Spalding 

E. Bryan, surgeon. 



near Leeds 

Mauley, J., M.R.C.S. ... 

West Bromwich 

Queen’s Hotel 

Marshall, H. H., M.D. 

Clifton 

Queen’s Hotel 

Me Cheane, W., F.R.C.S. 

Liverpool 

Trinity Parsonage 

Miller, H., M.D. 

Glasgow 

West Riding Hotel 

Nunneley, J. A., M.B. 
Nicholson, R. N. B., 

22, Park place 


M.R.C.S. 

Hull 

. 4 i 

Nevitt, J. G., M.R.C.S. 

Chapel town 

. 4 . 

Newstead, C. B., M.D. 

Otley 


Nunneley, T., F.R.C.S.E. 

Park place ... 


Nichols, T., M.R.C.S. ... 

New Wortley 


Norman, J. W., M.B.. . 

Harrogate ... 

44, Queen’s Hotel 

Nelson, E. H., M.D. ... 
Nowell, James, M.R.C.S. 
Nankivell, C. B., M.D. 

Downpatrick 

Woodlesford 

13, PIill ary street 

Torquay 

Park place 

Newstead, G., M.R.C.S. 

Eccleshill 

Nicholson, D., M.D. ... 

Portland 

88, Woodhouse lane 

Nevins, J. B., M.R.C.S. 

Liverpool ... 

7, Park square 

Oglesby, R.P., M*RC.S. 

12, Park square 


Ogle, W., M.D. 

Derby 

... Queen’s Hotel 





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Name. 


Residence. 


Leeds Address. 


Rhodes, G. S., M.R.C.S. Dewsbury. 

Rhind, S., M.R.C.S. ... Shipley . 

Richardson, B. W, M.D., F.R.S. London ... Philosophical Hall 
Reynolds, J. M.D., F.R.S. London. 

Rivington, W., M.S. ... London ... Great Northern Railway Hotel 
Ransom e, A., M.D., ... Manchester... ... Queen’s Hotel 

Routh, C. H. J., M.D. London ... Great Northern Railway Hotel 
Ruddock, J. R., M.R.C.S. Leeds 

Rendle, R., M.R.C.S. ... Loudon Great Northern Railway Hotel 
Ruddock, W. P., M.R.C.S. Leeds 
Rickards, G. H. L., 

M.R.C.S.Leeds . 


Rogers, Harrison, C. H., 
F.R.C.S. 

Robinson, M. K., M.D. 
Ritchie, T., F.R.C.S. ... 
Robinson, E., M.R.C.S. 
Roe, J . W., M.D. 
Roberts, J. D., M.R.C.S. 
Rumsey, H. W., M.D. . 
Radclyffe, Hall C., M.D. 
Richardson, C., M.R.C.S. 
Robson, R. W., M.R.C.S. 
Robei’ts, 0., M.D. 

Rugg, G. P., M.D. ... 


London ... ... Mr. Curwood’s, De 

Grey road, Leeds 

Harrogate ... 16, Com Exchange, Leeds 

Otley ... ... Philosophical Hall 

42, Park square, Leeds 
Ellesmere ... ... Philosophical Hall 

Barnoldswick ... Queen’s Hotel, Leeds 

Cheltenham ... Dr. Chadwick 

Torquay ... ... Mr. Nunneley 

Leeds ... ... 13, Skinner lane 

Durham ... ... Queen’s Hotel 

St. Asaph ... ... Victoria Hotel 

Claphamroad, London Great Northern Rail¬ 
way Hotel 


Scattergood, Thomas ... 
Sankey, W. H. O., M.D. 
Seaton, James, L.A.C.S. 
Sabben, J. T., M.D. .. 
Sharpe, G. M., L.H.S.G. 
Scott, William, M.R.C.S. 
Simpson, Henry, M.D. 

Sadler, P. L. . 

Southam, G., F.R.C.S. 
Smeddle, Robert, L.S.A. 
Smith, G. P., M.D. ... 
Smith, Thomas, M.D. ... 
Smith, F. A. A., M.D. 
Stewart, A. P., M.D. ... 
Smith, P., M.D., 
Sequard-Brown, C. E., M. 
Seaton, Joseph, M.D. ... 
Slesser,'^Charles, M.D. 
Stewart, H. H, M.D. ... 
Spratley, Samuel, M.D. 
Samuels, Arthur, M.D. 
Stute, A. B.,L.R.C.P.... 


41, Park square 
Cheltenham 
North street 
London 
Hunslet 
Ho] beck 
Manchester ... 
Warrington 
Manchester... 
Sheldon 
Moundstead 
Cheltenham... 

do. 

London 
London 
D. Paris 
Sunbury 
Bramley 
Dublin 
Rock Ferry... 
Livei’pool 
IJverpool ... 


Queen’s Hotel 
Great Northern Hotel 


Harrogate 
Dr. Nunneley 
24, Grove terrace 
Leeds Club 
7, Cromer terrace 
do. 

Dr. Heaton’s 
Victoria Hotel 

Great Northern Hotel 

13, Hillary Street 

Victoria Hotel 



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Name. 

Residence. 

Leeds Address. 

Sykes, E/ickard, S.A.C. 

Drighlington 


Simpson, J. H., M.E.C.P. 

Pontefract 


Stokes, William, M. D. 

Dublin 

... T. P. Teale’s 

Stearns, J., M.D. 

Boston, America 

... Great Northern Hotel 

Teale, T. R, F.R.C.S. ... 

Leeds 


Tilt, E. J.,. M.D.l 

London 

31, Albion Street, Leeds 

Thorburn, J., M.D. 

Manchester 

Turton, E., L.R.C.P. ... 

W olverham pton 

... Queen’s Hotel, Leeds 

Turner, W., M.R.C.S. ... 

Liverpool ... 

... Queen’s Hotel 

Teale, J., M.R.C.S. ... 

31, Albion street, 

, Leeds 

Thomas, R., L.S.A. 

Rawdon 


Terry, J. M., M.R.C.S. . 

Bradford 


Thornton, W. H., M.D.. 

Dewsbury ... 


Turner, G., M.D. 

Stockport ... 

Wellington Hotel 

Trewhella, H. E., M.D. 

Headingley ... 


Terry, H., Jun., M.R.C.S 

Northampton 

... Queen’s Hotel 

Townson, B., M.R.C.S. 

Liverpool 


Underhill, T., M.R.C.S. 

Great Bridge 

... Queen’s Hotel 

Williams, T. W., 

Birmingham 

Mr. Wheelhouse, 

Wright, C. J., M.R.C.S. 

Leeds 

42J Park square 

2, Park square 

Great George street, Leeds 

Wiltshire, A., M.D. 

London 21, 

Watess, A. T. H., M.D. 

Liverpool 

Great Northern Railway 

Wilkinson, E., M.D. ... 

Manchester ... 

Station Hotel 

Queen’s Hotel 

Wilson, C. B., M.R.C.S. 

Liverpool 

Trinity Parsonage 

Weaver, F. P., M.D. ... 

Frodsham ... 

House of Recovery, I.eeds 

Webster, G., M.D. 

London 

Victoria Hotel 

Waters, E., M.D. 

Chester 

... Dr. Nunneley, Leeds 

Wheelhouse, C. G., 
F.R.C.S. 

Leeds 

Wrench, E. M., M.R.C.S. 

Chesterfield 

Rev. E. Jackson, 

Wright, F., M.R.C.S. ... 

Stamford Bridge 

St. George’s terrace 
Eccleshiil 

Williams, E., M.D. ... 

Wrexham ... 

... Victoria Hotel 

Wright, T. G., M.D. ... 

Wakefield ... 


Ward, J. B., M.D. ... 

Wakefield ... 

... Denison Hall, Leeds 

Watts, W. F., M.R.C.S. 

Dewsbury ... 

Walker, G. E., F.R.C.S. 

Liverpool ... 

... Victoria Hotel 

Young, G. E., M.D. ... 

Leeds 





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LEEDS, 1869. 


BRITISH MEDICAL ASSOCIATION, 

THIKTY-SEYENTH ANNUAL MEETING. 


DAILY JOURNAL 


]sro. III- 

THUBSDAY Morning, 29tli July. 

Membeks are requested, immediately after their arrival, to enter 
their Names and Addresses in the Address Book, at the Reception- 
room in the Philosophical Hall, Park Row, where they will obtain 
all the necessary tickets and any information they require. 

Members who wish to Read Papers, of which they have not already 
given notice, are requested to send them at once to the General 
Secretary, Secretaries’ Room, Town Hall, together with a short 
abstract for publication in the Journal. 

The Annual Museum in the School of Medicine, Park Street, is now 
open : a short catalogue will be found in the Programme issued with 
each ticket. Members who have brought Preparations or Instru¬ 
ments are requested to send them at once to the Museum by one of 
the Messengers in attendance at the Reception-room. 

Lists of Hotels and Restaurants, and of Places of Interest in 
and near Leeds, the Medical Charities, the News Rooms, Libraries, 
and Manufactories open to all Members of the Association, are also 
given in the Programme. 

There will be a Table d’Hote at 6.0 p.m., on Wednesday and 
Friday, at the Queen’s Hotel and at the G. N. R. Station Hotel, 
price 3s. 6d. Names should be given to the Clerk at the Reception- 
room, not later than 3 o’clock each afternoon. 

Parcels, &c., may be left in the Reception-room, in charge of the Clerks. 

Letters and Telegrams may be written at the Reception-room and in 
the Annual Library. 

The Post Office and Telegraph Offices are in Park Row. Arrange¬ 
ments have been made for the reception and delivery of Letters 
at the Reception-room. 


All Communications intended for insertion in the DAILY JOURNAL should be 
sent to DR. EDDISON, SECRETARIES’ ROOM, TOWN HALL. 





Officers of the Association* 


]®re8ident H. \V. ACLAND, M.D., LL.D., F.R.S., Regius Professor of 
Medicine in the University of Oxford. 

J^rfsident Elect:—CHARLES CHADWICK, M.D., F.R.C.P., Senior Physician 
to the Leeds Infirmary. 

[president of Council FRANCIS SIBSON, M.D., F.R.S., F.R.C.P. 
Treasurer R. WILBRAHAM FALCONER, M.D., F.R.C.P. 

&etteral Secretary T. WATKIN WILLIAMS, F.R.C.S. 

Officers of Sections. 

Section A.—MEDICINE.—T. GAIRDNER, M.D. 

Vice-Presidents—]. T. BANKS, M.D., J. D. HEATON, M.D., F.R.C.P. 
Secretaries-!:. CLIFORD ALLBUTT, M.A., M.D., H. CHARL¬ 
TON BASTIAN. M.D., F.R.S. 

Section B.—SURGERY.—WILLIAM HEY, F.R C.S. 

Vice-Preside?its—QVO. SOUTHAM, F.R.C.S., W. STOKES, Jun., M.D. 

Secretaries—\N. FAIRLIE CLARKE, M.B., T. R. JESSOP, 
F.R.C.S. 

Section C.—MIDWIFERY.—/"r^/^^/z/—ARTHUR FARRE, M.D., F.R.S. 

Vice-Presidents—’^. BERRY, L.R.C.P., F.R.C.S., W. O. PRIESTLEY, 
M.D. 

Secretaries—Q. H. KIDD, M.D., J. THORBURN, M.D. 

Section D.—PHYSIOLOGY.—HUGHES BENNETT, M.D.', 

F.R.S.E. 

Vice-Presiuents—IAO^YM S. BEALE, M.B., F.R.S., A. T. H. WATERS, 
M.D. 

Secretaries—V. CHAPMAN, M.A., H. POWER, M.B. 

Section E.—PUBLIC MEDICINE.—FARR, M.D., D.C.L., 

F.R.S. 

Vice-Preside7tts—V. D. MAPOTHER, M.D., A. P. STEWART, M.D. 
Secretaries— H. PHILIPSON, M.D., A. WILTSHIRE, M.D. 

Local Secretaries:— T. Clifford Allbutt, M.A., M.D., 38, Park Square. 

J. E. Eddison, M.D., 19, Park Sqtiare. 

C. G. Wheelhouse, 42 , Park Square. 

JAS. Seaton, North Street. 

Jno. a. Nunneley, 22, Park Place. 

Local Treasurer:—;. D. HEATON, M.D., F.R.C.P. 




Meetings to-day, Thursday, July 29th. 


9.30 A.M.—Meeting of Committee on State Medicine.—Council Chamber, Town 
Hall. 

Special and Important Business. —Report; Memorial to Govern¬ 
ment ; Schedules of Questions ; Ways and Means, &c. 

I 10 A M.— Third General Meeting. — Philosophical Hall.—Reports of Com¬ 
mittees—Dr. E. Waters will present a Report from the Representation 
Committee—Captain Gabon’s paper on Hospital Constniction, with 
discussion. 

2 p.M.—A ddress in Midwiiery, Dr. Beatty.—Lecture Room, Philosophical Hall. 

3 P.M.—Meeting of Sections— Town Hall.—Adjourn at 5 . 30 . 

The Meeting of the State Medicine Section (Council Chamber, Town 
Hall) will be a Special One for Papers and Discussions on the Sanitary 
Administration of the United Kingdom. 

6 p.M.—P ublic Dinner of the Association—Victoria Hall, Town Hall, Member’s 
will assemble in the Mayor’s Rooms. Tickets may be had in the Recep¬ 
tion Room. 


Business of Sections to-day, Thursday. 

All Meetings of Sections will be held in the Town Hall. 

No Paper may occupy more than Twenty minutes in delivery. No subsequent 
speaker may exceed Ten minutes. 


Section A.—MEDICINE. (Civil Court.) 

President—^. T. Gairdner, M.D. 

Vice-Presidents—]. T.' Banks, M.D., J. D. Heaton, M.D., F.R.C.P. 

Secretaries —T. Clifford Allbutt, M.A., M.D,, H. Charlton 
Bastian, M.D., F.R.S. 

Reynolds, J. R., M.D., F.R.S. : “Certain forms of Paralysis, depending on 
Idea.” 

Anderson, M’Call, M.D.: “On some of the more recent Methods of Treating 
certain Diseases of the Skin.” 

Myrtle, A. S., M.D.: “On Hydro-therapeutics; the resources of Harrogate 
specially considered.” 

CUMMING, James, M.D.: “On some points in the Pathology of Delirium 
Tremens 

Wallace, J., M.D. : “On Hydrothorax and Empyema; Thoracentesis and 
forcible extraction of the Fluid by Suction ; with cases.” 

Molvany, j., M.D. : “On Permanganate of Potassa in Neuralgia and Crude 
Tubercle.” 

Leake, J- R., M.R.C.S. : “On the Treatment of Palpitation with Delirium by 
Digitalis.” 







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Papers Read Yesterday in this Section. 

Sanderson, J. B, M.D. ; “ On the' Practical and Pathological Bearing 

of Recent Researches as to the Artificial Production of Tubercle.” 

Retnoldp, J. R., M.D., F.R.S. : “Treatment of Rheumatic Fever by Perchloride 
of Iron.” 

Fox, C. B., M.D. ; “ Remarks on Clinical Thermometers.” 

Fothergill, j. M., M.D. : “ On Uraemic Diarrhoea.” 


Section B.—SURGERY. (Crown Court.) 

President— Hey, F.R.C.S. 

Vice-Presidents — Geo. Southam, F.R.C.S., W. Stokes, Jun., M.D. 

Secretaries — W. Fairlie Clarke, M.B., T. R. Jessop, F.R.CS. 

Teale, T. Pridgin, M. a.,F.R.C.S. : “ A demonstration of Rectangular Stumps.” 
(Patients with Rectangular Stumps may be seen at the General Infirmary from 
1-30 lo 3 , after which Mr. Teale will read his paper.) 

Macleod, G. H. B., M.D. : “On Amputation at the Ankle-joint.” 

Richardson, B. W., M.D.: “ Note on a new method of Painless Cutting in Surgery.” 

Taylor, C. B., M.D. : “Brief Notes (on Cataract Extraction) from Berlin, 
Wiesbaden, and Utrecht.” 

De Meric, Victor, M.D., F.R.C.S.; “On cases of Syphilitic Affection of the 
Third Nerve, producing Mydriasis with and without Ptosis.” 

Lund, Edward, F.R.C.S. : “On the Use of Antiseptic Cere-Cloth for Covering 
Wounds.” 

Moore, C. H., F.R.C.S. : “ On certain causes of Mammary Cancer.” 

Rendle, Richard, M.R.C.S. : “On the Use of Protoxide of Nitrogen in 
General Surgery, and on a New Mode of Producing Rapid Anaesthesia.” 

Land, R. T., M.D. ; “A case of Femoral Aneurism successfully treated by 
Ligature of the External Iliac Artery.” 

Papers Read Yesterday in this Section. 

Southam, G., F.R.C.S. ; “ On some of the Advantages of Tapping in the 
Treatment of Ovarian Tumours.” 

Hey, S., F.R.C.S.: “ On the beneficial results of undesigned and accidental 
Haemorrhage in certain cases.” 

Tkevan, W. F., B,A., F.R.C.S.; “On the Early Detection and Treatment of 
Stricture of the Urethra. 

Macleod, G. H. B., M.D. ; “ On the Immediate Treatment of Stricture.” 

Wheelhouse, C. G., F.R.C.S.; “On the use of the Probe Dilator in opera¬ 
tions involving the posterior portion of the urethra.” 

Stokes, W., Junr., M.D. ; “ On Temporary Deligation of the Abdominal 
Aorta.” 




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Stokes, W. Junr., M.D. : “ On a New Operation for Hare Lip.” 

Bennett, Wm., M.D. : “ On the Therapeutical Application of Steam under High 
Pressure.” 


Section C.—MIDWIFERY. (Lazv Library.) 

Arthur Farre, M.D., F.R.S. 

Vice-Presidents— Berry, L.RC.P , F.R.C S., W. O. Priestley, M..D. 
Secretaries—G. H. Kidd, M.D., J. Thorburn, M.D. 

Simpson, Sir James Y. : To Exhibit a Cephalotribe. 

Hicks, J. B., M,D., F.R.S. : ‘‘On the use of the Intra-uterine Douche in 
Offensive Lochia, as a rule of practice.”—“ Cases showing the use of 
Perchloride of Iron in flooding. 

Squire, Wm., L.R.C.P. : “On the temperature variations occasioned by Vacci¬ 
nation, and its effects on the health of infants.” 

Smith, Protheroe, M.D.: “An Aid to Parturition, and to the Treatment of 
Displacement of the Uterus by a new Mechanical Appliance.” 

Barnes, Dr. : “ On the use of Perchloride of Iron in Uterine Haemorrhage.” 

Papers Read Yesterday in this Section. 

Playfair, W. S., M.D.; “ On the Treatment of Chronic Uterine Catarrh.” 

Wallace, J., M.D. : “On Hydrothorax and Empyema ; Thoracentesis and forcible 
extraction of the Fluid by Suction ; with cases.” 

Routh, C. H. F., M.D. : “ On the Treatment of certain forms of Uterine Cancer.” 

Braithwaite, James, M.D. : “ On a mode of applying the Midwifery Forceps 
productive of less pain to, and disturbance of, the Patient, than that usually 
adopted.” 


Section D.—PHYSIOLOGY. (Barristers^ Clerks^ Room.) 

President—]. Hughes Bennett, M.D., F.R S.E. 

Vice-Preside7tts — Lionel S. Beale, M.B., F.R.S., A. T. H. Waters, M.D. 

Secretaries—'E. Chapman, M.A., H. Power, M.B. 

BROWN-SEQUAkD, Dr. : “Remarks on Epilepsy.” 

Broadbent, W. H., M.D.: “A brief account of a recent Investigation of the 
Structure of the Cerebral Hemisphere, with remarks.” 

Elliot, R., M.D. : “Does the adjustment of the eye, to vision at different 
distances, depend on temporary changes in the magnifying power of the eye, 
either by alterations in the form or position of the lens, or other parts in 
the dioptric system of the eye ? ” 






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Elliot, R., M.D. : “Do the movements of the Iris, by permitting only the 
more central and practically parallel rays of the optic cone or pencil of 
light, to reach the fovea centralis, on the anterior surface of the sensitive 
layer of rods and bulbs,—and by thus affording a sharp and well defined 
image of an object, whether near or far off—not perfectly explain the 
voluntary power of adjusting the eye to the distinct vision of objects at 
various distances ? ” 

Tait, Lawson, L.R.C.P., Ed. : “ On Ideo-Muscular Contraction.” 

Bain, W. P., M.D.; “On a Portable Spirometer, with a short demonstration 
of the different modes of Artificial Respiration.” 

Nicholson, D., M.D.: “ On the Body Weight and Urea in a case of Star¬ 
vation.” 

Tuke, J. B., M.D. : “On the Morbid Appearances met with in the Brain of 
the Insane.” 

De Meric, Victor, M.D., F.R.C.S. : “On cases of Syphilitic Affection of the 
Third Nerve, producing Mydriasis with and without Ptosis.” 


Papers Read Yesterday in this Section. 

Bennett, J. Hughes, M.D.: “ On experiments to determine the effects of 
Mercurial Preparations and various Irritants to the origin of the Gall-duct 
in the Duodenum.” 

Bennett, J. Hughes, M.D. : “ On the Historical Argument opposed to the 
existence of Atmospheric Germs.” 

Fox, C. B., M.D. : “Remarks on Ear-cough, and its mode of production.” 


Section E.—STATE MEDICINE. (Council Chamber.) 


President—\N. Farr, M.D., D.C.L., F.R.S. 

Vice-Presidefits —E. D. Mapother, M.D., A. P. Stewart, M.D. 

Secretaries —G. H. Philipson, M.D., A. Wiltshire, M.D. 

Ballard, E., M.D. : “ The Defects of the Sanitary Acts.” 

Davies, T., M.R.C.S.: “Four Years’Experience as a Health Officer in Bristol.” 

Dyke, T. J., F.R.C.S. : “On the Practical Working of the Sanitary Act of i866, 
and the Diseases Prevention Act of 1865.” 

Ballard, Edward, M.D.: “ On the evils arising from the present mode of taking 
Medical and Scientific Evidence in our Courts of Justice.” 

Bateman, F., M.D.: “Is it proper that Medical Men should be compelled to 
divulge in Courts of Justice, facts of a criminal nature which may have 
become known to them in answer to strictly professional questions?” 




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Papers Read Yesterday in this Section. 

Blanc, H., M.D. : “ On Animal Vaccination.” 

BaAiDWOoD, P. M., M.D. : “ On Animal Vaccination.” 

Steele, A. B,, L.K. & Q.C.P.I.: “On the Comparative Protective Powers of 
Animal and Human Vaccine Lymph.” 

Philipson, G. H., M.D. : “ On the Registration of Diseases.” 

Oliver, G., M.B. : “The atmosphere of Towns in its sanitary aspect.” 

Procter, W. B., F.R.C.S. : “ On the Infant Mortality of Bradford.” 

Allbutt, T. Clifford, M.A., M.D, ; “ On the propagation of Enteric Fever.” 

Paper received since the General List was printed. 

Kennedy, Evory, M.D.: “ On Zymotic Disease and Hospitalism, especially as illustra" 
ted by Puerperal Fever.” 


Meetings on Friday, July 30th. 

9 A.M. —Important Meeting of Committee of Council, in the Town Hall. 
lOA.M. — Fourth General Meeting. — Address in Surgery, Thomas Nun- 
neley. Esq., F.R.C.S.—Lecture Room, Philosophical Hall. 

II A. M.—Meetings of Sections— Town Hall. 

3.30 p.M.—C oncluding General Meeting —Council Chamber, Town Hall. 

9 p.M.—C onversazione —Philosophical Hall. 


BUSINESS DONE YESTERDAY. 

The New Council met at 9-30. Mr. W. B. Husband, of York, was 
elected President of the Council, and the following gentlemen were 
chosen for the Committee of Council:— 

Dr. F. SIBSON, 

Mr. M. H. CLAYTON, 

Dr. T. P. HESLOP, 

Mr. SOUTHAM, 

Dr. a. T. H. waters. 

Dr. WILKINSON, 

Dr. EMBLETON, 

Mr. T. H. SMITH, 

Mr. T. NUNNELEY, 

Mr. C. G. WHEELHOUSE. 

It was proposed and agreed to, that Newcastle should be the place 
of Meeting for 1870; Dr. Charlton, of Newcastle, was appointed 
President-Elect. Sir William Jenner read an address in Medicine. 
The Sections met at 2 p.m. The President’s Soiree was held in the 
Victoria Hall. 
















BRITISH MEDICAL ASSOCIATION 


NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF MEMBERS, 


Received at the Reception Room, Philosophical Hall, Leeds. 
Wednesday, July 28th, 1869. 

Members are requested to furnish the Address Clerk, at the Reception 
Room, with any corrections or additions to this List, before 6 p.m. on 
Thursday, in order that they may appear in Friday's Journal. 


Name. 

Residence. 

Leeds Address. 

Mlbutt, T. C., M.A., M.D. 

Leeds 

Anderson, Me Call, M.D. Glasgow < 

Queen’s Hotel, Harrogate 

Adams, W. L., M.B. 

Cork 

Dr. W. Braithwaite 

Atkinson, E., M.R.C.S. 

2, Albion place 

... Leeds 

Askwith, Robert, M.D. 

Cheltenham 

Philosophical Hall 

Armstrong, L., M.R.C.S. 

South Shields 

Mr. Glover, Little 



Woodhouse 

Arlidge, J. T., M.D., 



M.R.CP. 

Newcastle ., 

... Queen’s Hotel 

Ackroyd, George, M.R.C.S. 

Y/oodhouse lane, Leeds 

Alexander, Wm., M.D., 



M.R.C.P. 

Newcastle ... 

Dr. Chadwick 

Allan, W. W., L.R.C.P. 

Guiseley 

Near Leeds 

Atkinson, G. P., 

• 


M.R.C.S. 

Pontefract ,.. 

V • 

Abraham, J., M.R.C.S. 

JIarrogate v 


Alder, S., M.R.C.S ... 

(a,Wright’M^ ^ 

2, Park square, Leeds 

Anstie, F. E., M.D. ... 

London ... : 

. Great Northern Hotel 

Beatty, T. E., M.D. 

Dublin 

Gledhow wood 

Bastian, H. C., M.D. .. 

London 

... 38, Park square 

Begley, W. C., M.D. ... 

Hanwell 

Queen’s Hotel 

Barnes, Henry, M.D. ... 

Carlisle 

... Bull and Mouth Hotel 

Beardshaw, Ralph, 



M.R.C.L., &c. 

Leeds 


Braithwaite, James, M.D 

. Leeds 

... 







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Name. 

Browne, J. C., M.D. ... 
Bell, D., Rev., M.D., 

C.M. . 

Barker, J., F.R.C.S.E. 
Bateman, F., M.D. ...» 
Bartrum, J. S., F.R.C.S. 
Ballard, L., M.D. 
Bainbridge, F., M.R.C.S. 
Bagnall, S. F., M.R.C.S. 
Barfleet, E., F.R.C.S. ... 

Bealey, A., M.D. 

Branson, F., M.D. 

Baker, J. W., M.R.C.S. 
Bolt, T. B., M.D. 

Bartlett, W., F.R.C.S.... 
Broadbent, W. H., M.D. 
Beatty, J. G., L.K.Q.C.P. 
Balding, D. B., F.R.C S. 
Blane, H., M.D., F.R.C.S. 
Bryan, E., M.R.C.S. ... 
Bell, J. H., M.D. 

Bain, W.P., M.D. 
Barclay, J., M.D. 

Bennet, J. H., M.D. .. 
Barles, J. T., M.D. 
Beecroft, S., F.R.C.S. ... 
Blythman, R. O., 

M.R.C.S. 

Blythman, C.S., 
M.B.C.A., M.R.C.S... 
Bennett, W., M.D. 
Bridges, J. H., F.R.C.P. 
Buchannan, G., M.D. ... 
Briggs, H., M.D. 
Burdon-Sanderson, J., 

M.D. 

Beales, R., M.D. 
Broadbent, S. W., 
M.R.C.S. 

Barber, C. S., M.B. ... 
Bowes, R., M.R.C.S. ... 
By water, T. E. G., 

M.R.C.S. 

Broomhead, Geo., 

L.R.P.S. 

Bowman,R.M., M.R.C.S. 
Braidwood, P. M., M.D. 
Bennett, J. Hughes 
Brown-Sequard, C. E., M. 

Chapman, E., M.A. 


Residence. 
Wakefield ... 


Leeds Address. 


Goole 25, Great Northern Railway Hotel 


Warwick 

Norwich 

Bath 

Islington 

Harrogate 

Leeds 

Gloucester . 

HaiTOgate . 

Chesterfield. 

Derby 

Bury 

London 

London 

Dublin 

Royston 

London 

Idle 

Bradford 

Poplar 

Leicester 

Loudon 

Dublin 


Victoria Hotel 
Queen’s Hotel 
Headingley House 
Great Northern Railway Hotel 
Great Northern Railway Hotel 

... Victoria Hotel 
Queen’s Hotel 
... Rev. E. Jackson 
Queen’s Hotel 
Wharton’s Hotel 
Great Northern Railway Hotel 
Dr. Allbutt 

Great Northern Railway Hotel 
Queen’s Hotel 
Queen’s Hotel 


Great Northern Railway Hotel 
35, Park Square, Leeds 
Albion Place, Leeds 
Dr. Heaton, Claremont 


Hyde, Manchester .., 

Swinton, Rotherham 

Swinton, Rotherham 

Harrogate ... ... Queen’s Hotel 

Halifax 

Glasgow ... ... Mr. Seaton 

Burnley 

London ... ... Dr. Allbutt 

Congleton Great Northern Railway Hotel 

South Helton, Durham Great Northern Rail¬ 
way Hotel 

Bath ... ... Bull and Mouth 

Richmond ... 


Kuottingley 

Girlington 

Ripon 

Birkenhead .. 
Edinburgh .. 
D. Paris 

Oxford 


Great Northern Railway Hotel 

Bull and Mouth 
1, Albion place 
22 , Park place 

Dr. Braithwaite 






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Name. 

Residence. 

Leeds Address. 

Clayton, M. H., M.R.C.S. Birmingham 

Queen’s Hotel 

Carter, T. B., M.B.C.S. . 

Potternewton 


Coote, Holmes C.^ 
F.K.C.S. 

London 

... A. Horsfall, Esq., 

Chadwick, C., F.B.C.P. . 

Leeds 

Whitkffk 

Cooper, Sir H., M.I). ... 

Hull. 

Queen’s Hotel 

Cruise, F. B., M.D. 

Dublin 

T. P. Teale, Esq., 

Charlton, E., M.D. 

Newcastle ... 

Leeds 

Dr. Chadwick 

Chambers, T., F.B.C.P. . 

London 

6 , Lewis street, Pot¬ 

Crosshy, J. P., L.B.C.P. 

Leeds 

ternewton 

Cornwall, J., M.B.C.S. . 

Bath 

Harrogate 

Carden, H. D., F.B.C.S. 

Worcester ... 

22, Park place, Leeds 

Corrie, J. J., M.B.C.S. 

Leeds 

Craister, T. L., M.B-C.S. 

Bramley 


Churton, W., M.B.C.S., 

Lightcliffe, Halifax 
Scarbro’ 

Philosophical Hall 

Cooke, B. B., F.B.C.S., 

T. P. Teale, Esq., Leeds 

Clark, J., M.D. 

Walsall 

... Queen’s Hotel 

Copeland, W., M.B.C.S. 

Staindrop 

Queen’s Hotel 

Church, W. J., F.B.C.S. 

Bath 

Queen’s Hotel 

Cooper, B., M.B.C.S. ... 

Leek Great Northern Bailway Hotel 

Clarke, J. C., M.B.C.S. 

Gildersome ... 


Croly, H. G., F.B.C.S... 

Dublin 

T. P. Teale, Esq., Leeds 

Charcote, J. H., M.D. 

Paris 

Queen’s Hotel 

Callon, W. T., M.D. ... 

Liverpool ... 


Call, T. S., L.B.C.P.E.... 

Ilkley 


Clarke, H., M.D. 

Ferry Hill .. 


Cuming, J., M.D. 

Belfast 

Queen’s 

Crompton, S., M.D. 

Manchester ... 

Dr. Jas. Braithwaite 

Clouston, T. S., M.D. ... 

Garlands, Carlisle 

... Bull and Mouth 

Clapham, E., M.D. ;. 

Devizes 

St. James’ Lodge 

Crawford, W. T., M.D. 

Green Hammerton 

Christie, T. B., M.D. ... 

Clifton, York 
Darlington ... 


Cossair, T., M.D. 


Chambers, T. K., M.D... 

London 

... Bramley Parsonage 

Chorley, Henry M.R.C.S. 

Leeds 

8 , Park square 

Dobson, Thomas, M.D. 

Holbeck 

Leeds 

Dobson,William, M.B.C.S. 
Deville, T., M.D. 


Leeds 

Harrogate .., 

... Philosophical Hall 

Druitt, B., F.B.C.S. ... 

London Mr. B. Green, Boundhay, Leeds 

Desmond, L. E., M.D.... 

Liverpool ... 

Queen’s Hotel, Harrogate 
... Philosophical Hall 

De Meiic,Victor, F.B.C.S. 

London 

Davey, J.G., M.D. 

Day, Henry, M.D. 

Bristol Great Northern Bail way Hotel 

Stafford 

Queen’s Hotel 

Drury, C. D. H., M.D. 

Sunderland ... 

Queen’s Hotel 

Down, L., M.D. 

London 

. 46, Springfield place 

Davies, J. S., M.B.C.S. 

Oswestry ... 

Great Northern Hotel 


12 


Name. 

Residence. 

Leeds Address. 

Dickson, W., M.D. 
Davies, E., M.R.C.S., 

London 

... Great Northern Hotel 

L.S.A. 

Swansea 

White Horse 

Dixon, J., L.R.C.S. 

Keighley 

Mr. Craven, Potternewton 

Dalv, 0., M.D.... 

Hull 


Dix; J., M.R.C.S. 

Hull. 


Davies-Colley, T., M.D. 

Chester 

Great Northern Railway Hotel 

Dodsworth, B., M.R.C.S., 

York 

Davies, C. D., M.D. ... 

Bury 


Eddison, J. E., M.D. ... 

Leeds 

19, Park square 

Eddie, W. H., M.R.C.S. 

Barton 

3, Blenheim terrace, Leeds 

Eagland, W. H., M.D. . 

Leeds 


Ellis, T. S., M.R.C.S., &c. 

Gloucester 

Queen’s 

Elliott, G. F., M.D. ... 

Hull... 


Ellis, J. R., M.R.C.S. ... 

Mirfield 

Royal Hotel 

Embleton, D., M.D. 

Newcastle . 

Methley, Leeds 

Mr. Frost’s, 7, Lyddon teiTace 

Elliott, R., M.D. 

Carlisle 

Eastwood, J. W., M.D.. 

Dinsdale Park, Darlington 

Farr, Wm., M.D., 

Bickley 

Dr. Heaton 

Falconer, R. W., M.D, 

Bath 

Dr. Chadwick 

Fothergill, J. M., M.D. 


Bull and Mouth 

Fitz Patrick, H., M.D. 

West Derby 

Dr. Myrtle, High Harrogate 

Fielding, J. R., M.R.C.S. 

Aifreton 

... Queen’s 

Fan'e, Arthur, M.D. ... 

London 

... Mr. Hey 

Foster, John, F.R.C.S... 

Bradford 

Folker, W. H., F.R.C.S. 

Hanley 

Victoria Hotel 

Frain, Joseph, M.D. ... 

South Shields 

... G reat Noi them Hotel 

Fothergill, J. R., M.D. 

Darlington ... 

... Queen’s Hotel 

Fuller, William, M.B.... 

Oswestry 

Queen’s Hotel 

Fielden, S.,L.R.C.P.E .. 
FaiTer, R., L.R.C.P., 

Shildon 


M.R.C.S. 

Brighouse .. 


Fox, C. B., M.D. 

Scarboro’ 

... Victoiia 

Frazer, Wm., M.D. 

Montreal, Me Gill College White Horse 

Galton, D., C.B. 

London 

... 45, Park square 

Griffith, T. T., 

Wrexham ... 

12 , Warwick place 


Garlick, William, M.R.C.S. 7, Hyde terrace 

Greenliow, T. M., M.D. Chapel-Allerton 

Gairdner, W. T., M.D. Glasgow ... ... Dr. Allbutt 

Giddings, W. K., L.R.C.P. Calverley 

Gowans, WilUam, L.E.C.P.S. South Shields ... Great Northern Rail¬ 
way Hotel 

Gibbon, S. I., M.B. ... London Great Northern Railway Hotel 
Gray, E. B., M.D. ... Oxford ... .. 42, Park square 











13 


Name. 

Greenwood, J. W., 

M.E.C.S . 

Grainger-Stewart, T., 
M.D. 

Greenway, H., M.R.C.S. 
Goldie, Geo, LR..C.P... 
Goyder, D., M.D., 
L.R.C.S . 


Residence. 


Ossett 

32, Queen street, Edin¬ 
burgh 

Plymouth ... 
Kirkstall road, Leeds 

Bradford 


Leeds Address. 


Queen’s Hotel 
Queen’s 


Hutchinson, J., F.R.C.S. 
Hall, W., M.R.C.S. 
Haughton, S., M.D. 

Holman, C., M.D. 
Hornby, T., R.G.P. ... 
Hall, J. C., M.D. 

Heath, F. A., M.R.C.S. 

Hutchinson, R. S., M.D. 
Hardy, H. G., M.R.C.S. 
Heffernan, E., L.R.C.P.E 
Hirst, S. C., M.R.C.S. 
Higginson, A. M.R.C.S. 


London 
Leeds 

Trinity College, Dublin 


Great Northern Railway Hotel 


Rev. T. R. Shelton, 
Park square, Leeds. 
Riegate ... ... Queen’s Hotel. 

Philosophical Hall 

Sheffield ... ... Queen’s Hotel 

Manchester ... John Barber, Esq., 

12, Cromer terrace 
Scarbro’ ... ... Elmete Hall 

Byer’s Green ... 9, Oxford Row, Leeds 

Spennymoor ... 9, Oxford row, Leeds 

Bowling ... ... Philosophical Hall 

Liverpool .. Dr. Greenhow’s, Chapeltown 


Heslop, T. P., M.D. ... 

Birmingham 

Queen’s Hotel 

Harrison, R., F.R.C.S. 

Liverpool ... 

Victoria Hotel 

Hare, C. J., M.D. 

London 

2, Warwick Villas 

Heaton, J. D., M.D., 
F.R.C.P. 

Leeds 

Henry, A., M.D. 

London 


Hey, S., F.R.C.S. 

Leeds 


Haynes, S., M.D. 

Laverstock, Salisbury 

Great Northern Sta¬ 

Hepworth, W., M.R.C.S. 

Guiseley 

tion Hotel 

Hall, F., M.R.C.S. ... 

Leeds 


Horsfall, J., M.R.C.S.... 

London 

Whitkirk 

Holmes, F., M.R.C.S.... 

London 

Burmantofts 

Hepworth, W. B. 
M.R.C.S. 

Armley 


Handcock, G., M.R.C.S. 

Hunslet road, Leeds 
Westgate, Otley 


Heaps, J., F.R.C.S. 


Husband, W. D., F.R.C.S. 

York . 

Queen’s Hotel 

Hayward, G., M.D. 

Leeds 


Hirst, C., L.R.C.P.E. ... 

Morley 


Hey, William, F.R.C.S. 

Albion place 


Haviland, H. J., M.D... 

Harrogate ... 

Queen’s 

Hall, W., F.R.C.S. ... 

Lancaster ... 

Queen’s 

Haigh, T. A., M.R.C.S. 

Meltham 

Hemingway, H., Surgeon 

Dewsbury ... 



14 


Name. 

Horton, R. G., M. R.C.S. 
Humphrey?, J. R., 

M.R.C.S. 

Haxworth, W., 

M.R.C.S.E. 


Ikin, J. L, F.R.C.S. .. 
Inglis, Alexander, M.D. 


Jessop, T. R., F.R.C.S. 
Jephcott, S. T., M.D. ... 
Jobson, J., F.R.C.S. ... 

Je^vison, T. W., M.R.C.S 
Jessop, A., M.R.C.S. ... 


Kelley, G. P., M.R.C.S. 
Kennedy, E., M.D. 
Kidd, G. H.,M.D. ... 

King, K., M.D. 

Key worth, H., M.R.C.S. 
Kirby, C., M.R.as. ... 


Residence. 

Leeds 

Shrewsbury... 
Kirby Overblow 


19, Park Place 
Worcester ... 


32, Park Square 
Chester 

Bishop Auckland ... 

,E. Oulton ... 
Castleford ... 


Leeds 

Dublin 

Dublin 

Hull 

York 

Halifax 


Leeds Address. 


Great Northern Hotel 

Oak Villa, Heading- 
ley 

Leeds 

Queen’s Hotel 


Leeds 

Queen’s Hotel 
Great Northern Rail¬ 
way hotel 


Queen’s Hotel 
Great Northern Hotel 


Lombard, J. S., M.D. ... 
Lewis, W., M.D. 

Lingen, C., F.R.C.S. ... 
Libbey, H. C., M.R.C.S. 
Little, J., M.D. 

Lilly, W., M.D. 

Loe, J. S., M.R.C.S. ... 
Lee, H., F.R.C.S. 
beared. A., M.D. 

Leeson, J. F., T.R.C.P. 
Lee, M., M.D. ... 
Leadman, A., L.A.C. ... 
Lees, S. D., M.D. 
Latham, P. W., M.D.... 
Lambert, J., M.R.C.S. . 
Lunn, W. J., M.D. ... 
Leake, J. R., L.R.C.P. 
Land, R. T., M.D., 

M R.C.S. 

Leeining, R.T., M.R.C.S. 
Lewis, James, F.R.C.S. 
Lawlie, J. D., M.R.C.S. 
Lang, John, M.D. 


Boston Great Northern Railway Hotel 
London ... ... R. Barr 

Hereford ... ... Victoria Hotel 

Hunslet lane, Leeds 

Dublin ... Great Northern Railway 

Hotel 

London ... 5, Great George street 

Woodhouse lane, Leeds 
9, Saville row, London 9, Park square, Leeds 
London ... ... 2, Albion place 

Bradford ... ... Philosophical Hall 

Bradford ... ... Philosophical Hall 

69, Woodhouse lane, Leeds 
Ashton-nnder-Lyne... Victoria Hotel 
Cambridge ... ... Pliilosophical Hall 

Farsley, near Leeds 

Hull Mr. Hodson’s, the Docks, Leeds 

80th Regt., Liverpool Queen’s Hotel 

108, Meadow lane, Leeds 
Kendall ... ... White Horse Hotel 

Great Northern Railway Station 

Bradford 
Southport ... 





15 


Name. 

Residence. 

Leeds Address. 

Meade, R. H., F.R.C.S. 

Bradford 

Philosophical Hall 

Miall, P., M.R.C.S ... 

Bradford 

Mackie, J., M.R.C.S. ... 

Darlington ... 

... 9, Oxford row 

MacNamara, R., P.R.C.S.T. 

Martin, James, F.R.C.S., 

Queen’s Hotel 

Pres. I. Med. Ass. ... 

Portlaw, Ireland 

42, Park square 
Philosophical Hall 

MacKenzie, W. S., L.R.C.P. Normanton 

Martin, W., F.R.C.S. ... 

London Great Northern Railway Hotel 

Moriarty, T. B., M.D. 

Army 

Queen’s Hotel 

Matterson, W., M.D. 

York 

Queen’s Hotel 

Morris, E., M.D. 

Spalding 

E. Bryan, surgeon, 
near Leeds 

Manley, J., M.R.C.S. ... 

West Bromwich 

Queen’s Hotel 

Marshall, H. H, M.D. 

Clifton 

Queen's Hotel 

Me Cheane, W., F.R.C.S. 

Liverpool 

Trinity Parsonage 

Miller, H., M.D. 

Glasgow 

... West Riding Hotel 

Maclagan, J.M., M.D. . . 
Micklethwaite, B. W., 

Edinboro’ ... 

Mexboro’ 

M.R.C.S.,L.A.C. ... 

Gomersal 


Munroe, H., M.D. 

Hull 

Ward’s Hotel 

Mac Cormac, W., F.R.C.S. 
Macleod, G. H. B., M.D., 

Belfast 

Queen’s Hotel 

F.R.C.S. 

Glasgow 

Queen’s 

Mapother, E. D., M.D. 

Dublin 

.. Great Northern Hotel 

Me Intyre, J, M.D. ... 

Odiham 

Queen’s 

Mould, J. W., M.R.C.S. 
Morehouse, H. J., 

Royal Asylum 

Cheadle 

L.A.C.S. 

Holmfirth ... 


Medcalf, H. C., M.R.C.S. 

Howden 

.. Mr. Pullan’s, Hunslet 

Martin, Robert, M.D... 

Warrington 


Nunneley, J. A., M.B. 
Nicholson, R. N. B., 

22, Park place 


M.R.C.S. 

Hull 

... 


Nevitt, J. G., M.E.C.S. Chapeltowii 

Newstead,C.Y.,M.RO.S. Otley . 

Nunneley, T., F.R.C.S.E. Park place ... 
Kichols, T., M.R.C.S. ... New Wortley 
Norman, J. W., M.B.. . Harrogate ... 

Nelson, E. H., M.H. ... Downpatrick 
Nowell, James, M.R.C.S. Woodlesford 

Nankivell, C. B., M.D. Torquay . 

Newstead, G., M.R.C.S. Ecclesliill 
Nicholson, D., M.D. ... Portland 
Nevins, J. B.,M.D. Lon. Liverpool ... 

Ness, J., F.R.C.S. ... Helmsley, Yorkshire 

Nunneley, F. B., M.D .. York . 

Norriss, H., L.R C.P. &c. Petherton ... 
Needham, H., M.D. ... York 


Queen’s Hotel 
13, Hillary street 

Park place 

88 , Woodhouse lane 
7, Park square 
Queen’s 

Hillary House, Leeds 



16 


Name. 


Eesidence. 


Leeds Address. 


Newman, W., M.D. ... Stamford Great Northern Eailway Hotel j 
Nunneley, T., F.R.C.S... 22, Park place .. Leeds \ 


Oglesby, R.P., M.E.C.S. 12, Park square 

Ogle, W., M.D. ... Derby ... ... Queen’s Hotel 


Price, H. W., M.R.C.S. 
Prichard, A., F.R.C.S. 
Parkinson, Wm.,MR.C.S. 
Parsons, D. W., L.R.C.P. 
Procter, W. B., F.R.C.S. 
Pearson, Rev. T. R. W., 

B.A. . 

Pollard, Wm, M.R.C.S. 
Procter, 'William, M.D. 
Pullan, Richard, L.S.A. 
Price, W. N., M.R.C.S. 
Philipson, G. H., M.D. 
Pugh, J. L. P., M.R.C.S. 
Playfair, W. S.,M.D. .. 

Pincoffs, Peter, M. D. ... 
Perceval, Thomas, 
M.R.C.S., &c. 

Pinder, W. M.. M.R.C.S. 
Piper, S. E., F.R.C.S... 


28, Park square 
Clifton 
Bradford 
Liverpool ... 
Bradford 


Dr. Heaton 
Victoria Hotel 


Infirmary 

Dr. Rhind, Shipley 


Victoria Hotel 


Leeds 
Torquay 
York ... 

Hunslet 
Leeds 

Newcastle ... 

Brighouse ... 

5, Curzon street, London Elmete Hall, 
Roundhay 

Naples ... ... Queen’s Hotel 

Riccall, near York ... 5, Vernon road 

Horsforth ... 

Darlington ... ... Mr. Nunneley 


Rhodes, G. S., M.R.C.S. Dewsbury ... 

Rhind, S., M.R.C.S. ... Shipley . 

Richardson, B. W, ]M.D.,F.R.S. London ... Philosophical Hall 
Reynolds, J. R., M.D., F.R.S. London 

Rivington, W., M.S. ... London ... Great Northern Railway Hotel 
Ransome, A., M.D., ... Manchester... ... Queen’s Hotel 

Routh, C. H. J., M.D. London ... Great Northern Railway Hotel 
Ruddock, J. R., M.R.C.S. Leeds . 

Rendle, R., M.R.C.S. ... London Great Northern Railway Hotel 

Ruddock,W.P., M.R.C.S. Leeds . 

Rickards, G. H. L., 

M.R.C.S.Leeds . 


Rogers, Harrison, C. H., 

F.R.C.S. ... ... London 


Robinson, M. K., M.D. 
Ritchie, T., F.R.C.S. ... 
Robinson, E., M.R.C.S. 
Roe, J. W., M.D. 
Rumsey, H. W., M.D. . 


Harrogate ... 
Otley 

Ellesmere ... 
Cheltenham 


Mr. Curwood’s, De 
Grey road, Leeds 
16, Com Exchange, Leeds 
... Philosophiccxl Hall 
42, Park square, Leeds 
Philosophical Hall 
Dr. Chadvdck 





17 


Name. 

Radclyffe, Hall C., M.D. 
Eichardsoiij C., M.R.C.S. 
Robson, R. W., M.R.C.S. 
Roberts, O., M.D. 

Rugg, G. P., M.D. 

Reeves, W. A., M.R.C.S. 
Roberts, D. H., M.D. ... 
Rogers, T. L., M.D. 
Rowley, C. O., M.R.C.S. 
Richardson, W., L.P.S. 
Ransom, W. H., M.D.... 
Roberts, ^V"., M.D. 


Scattergood, Thomas ... 
Sankey, W. H. 0., M.D. 
Seaton, James, L.A.C.S. 
Sabben, J. T., M.D. .. 
Sharpe, G. M., L.R.C.P. 
Scott, William, M.R.C.S. 
Simpson, Henrv, M.D. 

Sadler, P. L. . 

Sontham, G., F.R.C.S. 
Smeddle, Robert, L.S.jA 
Smith, G. P., M.D. ... 
Smith, Thomas, M.D. ... 
Smith, F. A. A, M.D. 
Stewart, A. P., M.D. ... 
Smith, Protheroe, M.D., 
Seaton, Joseph, M.D. ... 
Slesser, Charles, M.D. 
Stewart, H. H., M.D. ... 
Spratley, Samuel, M.D. 

Samuels, Arthur, M.D. 
Steel, A. B., L.R.C.P. ... 
Sykes, Richard, S.A.C. 
Simpson, J. H., M.R.C.P. 
Stokes, William, M. D. 
Stearns, J., M.D. 

Sykes, J., M.D. 

Storrs, R., L.P.C.S. ... 
Senior, R., M.R.C.S. ... 
Sykes, B. C., M.D., 

R.R.C.P. 

Sibson, F., M.D. 

Smith, T. Heckstall 

F.R.C.S. 

Simpson, Sir J., Bart., 
M.D. . 


Residence. 

Leeds Address. 

Torquay 

Mr. Nuuneley 

Leeds 

13, Skinner lane 

Durham 

Queen’s Flotel 

St. Asaph ... 

Victoria Hotel 

Claphamroad, London Great Northern Rail- 

London 

way Hotel 
... Victoria Hotel 

Manchester ... 


Rainhill 


Silkstone 



... White Horse 

Nottingham Great Northern Railway Hotel 

Manchester ... 


41, Park square 


Cheltenham 

... Queen’s Hotel 

North street 
London 

.. Great Northern Hotel 

Hunslet 


Plolbeck 
Manchester ... 
Warrington 

... Harrogate 

Manchester... 

... Dr. Nunneley 

Sheldon 

... 24, Grove terrace 

Mount Stead 

... Leeds Club 

Cheltenham... 

7, Cromer terrace 

do. 

do. 

London 

... Dr. Heaton’s 

London 

... Victoria Hotel 

Sunbury 

... Great Northern Hotel 

Bramley 


Dublin 

... 13, Hillary Street 

Rock Ferry... 

Queen’s Hotel, Leeds, and 

Liverpool 

Gascoigne’s, Harrogate 
... Victoria Hotel 

Liverpool ... Prince of Wales’, Harrogate 

Drighlington 


Pontefract .. 


Dublin 

T. P. Teale’s 

Boston, America 

... Great Northern Hotel 

Doncaster ... 


Doncaster ... 


Bowden, Cheshire 


Cleckheaton... 


London 

Mr. Key’s 

St. Mary Cray 

... Queen Hotel 

Edinboro’ ... 

... Mr. Nunneley 



Name. 

Stonehouse, Edward, 

M.RC.S. 

Spencer, H., M.RC.S... 
Sq uire, Wm., L. K. C. P... 
Shann, G., M.D. 


Teale, T. P., RRC.S. ... 
Tilt, E. J.,. M.D. 
Tliorburn, J., M.D. 
Tiirton, F., L.RC.P. ... 
Turner, W., M.R.C.S. ... 
Teale, J., M.RC.S. ... 
Thomas, R, L.S.A. 

Terry, J. M., M.RC.S. . 
Thornton, W. H., M.D.. 
Turner, G., M.D. 
Trewhella, H. E., M.D. 
Teny, H., Jun., M.RC.S 
Town son, B., M.RC.S. 
Tait, Lawson, L.B.C.S. 
Thwaites, T. B., M.RC.S. 
Tuke, Harrington, M.D. 
Turner, G., M.D. 

Taylor, M. W., M.D. ... 
Tacev, W. G., L.S.A.S. 
Taylor, J. M., F.B.C.S. 
Taylor, R H., M.D. ... 


Underhill, T., M.RC.S. 
Umpleby, H., M.D, ... 
Umpleby, H., M.D. ... 
Upton, T. S., M.R.C.S. 
L.A.C.. 


Williams, T. W., 

Wright, C. J., M.R.C.S. 
Wiltshire, A., M.D. 
Watess, A. T. H., M.D. 

Wilkinson, E., M.D. ... 
Wilson, C. B., M.RC.S. 
Weaver, F. P., M.D. ... 
Webster, G., M.D. 
Watera, E., M.D. 
Wheelhouse, C. G., 

F.RC.S. 

Wrench, E. M., M.R.C.S. 


Residence. 

Leeds Address. 

Horsforth ... 


Bradford 


London 

... Bi-amhope Hall 

York 


Leeds 

London 

31, Albion Street, Leeds 

Manchester ... 

W olverham pton 

... Queen’s Hotel, Leeds 

Liverpool 

... Queen’s Hotel 

31, Albion street. 

, Leeds 

Rawdon 


Bradford 


Dewsbury ... 


Stockport ... 

... Wellington Hotel 

Headingley ... 


Northampton 

... Queen’s Hotel 

Liverpool 

... 

Wakefield ... 

... Rectory, Adel 

Bishop Auckland 

Thorner 

London D. Brown, Wakefield Asylum 

Stockport ... 

Queen’s 

Penrith 

Bull and Mouth 

Bradford 


Leeds BaiTacks 


Liverpool Great Northern Railway Hotel 

Great Bridge 

Queen’s Hotel 

Edinbiu’gh ... 

105, Meadow lane 

Bedale 

105, Meadow lane 

Tadcaster ... 


Biimingham 

Mr. Wheelhouse, 

42j Park square 

Leeds 

2, Park square 

London 21, 

Great George street, Leeds 

Liverpool ... 

Great Northern Railway 
Station Hotel 

Manchester ... 

Queen’s Hotel 

Liverpool 

Trinity Parsonage 

Frodsham ... 

House of Recoveiy, 1 -eeds 

London 

Victoria Hotel 

Chester 

... Dr. Nunneley, Leeds 

Leeds 


Barlow, Chesterfield Rev. E. Jackson, 
Brunswick place 





Name. 


Residence. 


Leeds Address. 


Wright, F., M.K.C.S. ... 
Williams, E., M.D. ... 
Wright, T. G., M.D. ... 
Ward, J. B., B.A., M.B. 
Watts, W. F., M.R.C.S. 
Walker, G. E., F.R.C.S. 
Wood, W., M.D. 

Wylie, Wm., M.D. 
Webster, B., M.D. 
Wright, J. H., M,R.C.S. 
Whytehead, H. Y., M.D. 
Wallace, J., M.D. 
Wilkinson, W. C., 

F.R.C.S. 

I Wilkinson, WT'm., 

M.R.C.S. 

Warburton, E., M.R.C.S. 
Whitehead, James, M.D. 


Stamford Bridge 

Eccleshill 

Wrexham ... 
Wakefield ... 

.. Victoria Hotel 

Wakefield ... 

.. Denison Hall, Leeds 

Dewsbury ... 
Liverpool 

.. Victoria Hotel 

Loodon Great Northern Railway Hotel 

Skipton 

Alderley Edge 
Halifax 

2, Blenheim square 

Beverley ... 
Liverpool ... 

Bull and Mouth 

Spalding Great Northern Railway Hotel 

Hartshill 

Queen’s Hotel 

Pateley Bridge 
Manchester... 

2, Blenheim square 


Young, G. E., M.D. 


Leeds 




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LEEDS, 1869, 


BRITISH MEDICAL ASSOCIATION, 

THIRTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL MEETING. 


DAILY JOURNAL. 

No. 

FRIDAY Morning, 30th July. 

Membees are requested, immediately after their arrival, to enter 
their Names and Addresses in the Address Book, at the Reception- 
room in the Philosophical Hall, Park Row, where they will obtain 
all the necessary tickets and any information they require. 

Members who wish to Read Papers, of which they have not already 
given notice, are requested to send them at once to the General 
Secretary, Secretaries’ Room, Town Hall, together with a short 
abstract for publication in the Journal. 

The Annual Museum in the School of Medicine, Park Street, is now 
open : a short catalogue will be found in the Programme issued with 
each ticket. Members who have brought Prepai ations or Instru¬ 
ments are requested to send them at once to the Museum by one of 
the Messengers m attendance at the Reception-room. 

Lists of Hotels and Restaurants, and of Places of Interest in 
and near Leeds, the Medical Charities, the News Rooms, Libraries, 
and Manufactories open to all Members of the Association, are also 
given in the Programme. 

There will be a Table d’Hote at 6.0 }).m., on Wednesday and 
Friday, at the Queen’s Hotel and at the G. N. R. Station Hotel, 
price 3s. 6d. Names should be given to the Clerk at the Reception- 
room, not later than 3 o’clock each afternoon. 

Parcels, &c., may be left in the Reception-room, in charge of the Clerks. 

1 Letters and Telegrams may be written at the Reception-room and in 

1 the Annual Library. 

I The Post Office and Telegraph Offices are in Park Row. Arrange¬ 
ments have been made for the reception and delivery of Letters 
at the Reception-room. 


All Communications intended for insertion in the DAILY JOURNAL should be 
sent to DR. EDDISON, SECRETARIES’ ROOM, TOWN HALL. 





Officers of the Association* 


3 |>rfsideot:—CHARLES CHADWICK, M.D., F.R.C.P., Senior Physician to the 
Leeds Infirmary, 

Hj’rcsident Elect EDWARD CHARLTON, M.D., Physician to the Newcastle- 
Infirmary. 

lj>residettt of Council W. D. HUSBAND, F.R.C.S. 

Treasurer R. WILBRAHAM FALCONER, M.D., F.R.C.P. 

General Secretarij T. WATKIN WILLIAMS, F.R.C.S. 

Officers of Sections. 

Section A.—MEDICINE.—T. GAIRDNER, M.D. 

Vice-Presidefits—]. T. BANKS, M.D., J. D. HEATON, M.D., F.R.C.P. 

Secretaries-T. CLIFORD ALLBUTT, M.A., M.D., H. CHARL¬ 
TON B ASTI AN. M.D., F.R.S. 

Section B.—SURGERY.—WILLIAM HEY, F.R.C.S. 

Vice-Presidents—GEO. SOUTHAM, F.R.C.S., W. STOKES, JuN., M.D. 

Secretaries—Nf. FAIRLIE CLARKE, M.B., T. R. JESSOP, 
F.R.C.S. 

Section C.—MIDWIFERY.—ARTHUR FARRE, M.D., F.R.S. 

Vice-Presidents—S. BERRY, L.R.C.P., F.R.C.S., W. O. PRIESTLEY, 
M.D. 

Secretaries—G. H. KIDD, M.D., J. THORBURN, INI.D. 

Section D.—PHYSIOLOGY.—HUGHES BENNETT, M.dT, 

F.R.S.E. 

Vice-Presidents—lAO^EE S. BEALE, M.B., F.R.S., A. T. H. WATERS, 
M.D. 

Secretaries—E. CHAPMAN, M.A., H. POWER, M.B. 

Section E—PUBLIC MEDICINE.—iVrjt^fi;//—W. FARR, M.D., D.C.L., 

F.R.S. 

Pice-Presidents—E. D. MAPOTHER, M.D., A. P. STEWART, M.D. 
Sccretanes—G. H. PHILIPSON, M.D., A. WILTSHIRE, M.D. 

Local Secretaries:—T. Clifford Allbutt, M.A., M.D., 38, Park Square. 

J. E. Eddison, M.D., 19, Park Square. 

C. G. Wheelhouse, 42, Park Square. ^ 

Jas. Seaton, AWth Street. f 

Jno. a. Nunneley, 22, Park Place. | 

Local Treasurer:—;. D. HEATON, M.D., F.R.C.P. 



Meetings to-day, Friday, July 30th. 

9 A.M. —Important Meeting of Committee of Council, in the Town Hall. 

10 A.M.— Fourth General Meeting.— Address in Surgery, Thomas Nun- 

neley. Esq., F.R.C.S.—Lecture Room, Philosophical Hall. 

11 A. M.—Meetings of Sections—T own Hall. 

3.30 P.M.—Concluding General Meeting —Council Chamber, Town Hall. 

9 p.M.—C onversazione —Philosophical Hall. 


Business of Sections to-day, Friday. 

All Meetings of Sections will be held in the Town Hall. 

No Paper may occupy more than Twenty minutes in delivery. No subsequent 
speaker may exceed Ten minutes. 


Section A.—MEDICINE. (Civil Court.) 

President —W. T. Gairdner, M.D. 

Vice-Presidents--], T. Banks, M.D., J. D. Heaton, M.D., F.R.C.P. 

Secretaries—H. Clifford Allbutt, M.A., M.D., H. Charlton 
Bastian, M.D., F.R.S. 

Wallace, J., M.D. : “On Hydrothorax and Empyema; Thoracentesis and 
forcible extraction of the Fluid by Suction ; with cases.” 

Mulvany, j., M.D. : “On Permanganate of Potassa in Neuralgia and Crude 
Tubercle.” 

Leake, J. R., M.R.C.S. : “On the Treatment of Palpitation with Delirium by 
Digitalis.” 

Robertson, W, H., M.D. : “Commentary on the Report of the Edinburgh 
Committee of the British Medical Association, entitled,— ‘ Researches into 
the action of Mercury, Podophyllin, and Taraxacum, on the Biliary 
Secretion,’ by Jno. Hughes Bennett, M.D., F.R.S E., Chairman and 
Reporter; Extracted from the Report of the British Association for 
1868.” 

Anstie, F. E., M.D. : “ On the Principles of so-called Counter-irritation.” 

Bastian, H. Charlton, M.D., F.R.S.: “ Notes on the Pathology and Treatment 
of Chorea.” 

Rutherford, W., M.D. : “On some Electrical Apparatus for Therapeutical 
purposes.” 

Papers Read Yesterday in this Section. 

Reynolds, J. R., M.D., F.R.S. : “Certain forms of Paralysis, depending on 
Idea.” 

Anderson, M’Call, M.D.: “On some of the more recent Methods of Treating 
certain Diseases of- the Skin.” 

Myrtle, A. S., M.D. ; “On Hydro-therapeutics; the resources of Hanogate 
specially considered.” 

CUMMING, James, M.D.: “On some points in the Pathology of Delirium 
Tremens.” 





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Section B.—SURGERY. (Crown Court.) 

President— Hey, F.R.C.S. 

Vice-Presidents —Geo. South am, F.R.C.S., W. Stokes, Jun., M.D. 

Secretaries—\N. Fairlie Clarke, M.B., T. R. Jessop, F.R.CS. 

Moore, C. H., F.R.C.S. : “ On certain causes of Mammary Cancer.” 

Little, P. C., F.R.C.S.I. : “On railway and other accidents; with cases and 
observations.” 

Rendle, Richard, M.R.C.S. : “On the Use of Protoxide of Nitrogen in 
General Surgery, and on a New Mode of Producing Rapid Anjesthesia.” 

Hinton, Jas. : “Catarrh of the Tympanum.” 

Land, R. T., hl.D. : “A case of Femoral Aneurism successfully treated by 
Ligature of the External Iliac Artery.” 

Richardson, B. W., M.D. : “ On a Pocket Bellows for Artificial Respiration 
with Notes on the extended application of artificial respiration in practice.” 

Lee, Henry, F.R.C.S. : *‘On Albumen in the Urine after Surgical Operations.” 

Murray, W., M.D. : “ On a Case of False Anus, treated by a new and 
successful method.” 

Hemingway, C. A., M.R.C.S.: “On the Reduction of Compound Fracture 
with Protrusion of Bone, by the Use of the Lever.” 

Jessop, T. R., F.R.C.S. : “ Short Notice of a fatal case of Emphysema, pro¬ 
duced by violent Screaming.” 


Papers Read Yesterday in this Section. 

Teale, T. Pridgin, M. a., F.R.CS. : “ A demonstration of Rectangular Stumps.” 
Macleod, G. H. B., M.D. : “ On Amputation at the Ankle-joint.” 

Richardson, B. \V., M.D.: “ Note on a new method of Painless Cutting in Surgery.” 

Taylor, C. B., M.D. : “Brief Notes (on Cataract Extraction) from Berlin, 
Wiesbaden, and Utrecht.” 

De Meric, Victor, M.D., F.R.C.S.: “On cases of Syphilitic Affection of the 
Third Nerve, producing Mydriasis with and without Ptosis.” 

Lund, Edward, F.R.C.S. : “On the Use of Antiseptic Cere-Cloth for Covering 
Wounds.” 


Section C.—MIDWIFERY. (Laiv Library.) 

President —ARTHUR Farre, M.D., F.R.S. 

Pice-Presidents—S. Berry, L.R C.P., F.R.C.S., W. O. Priestley, M..D. 
Secretaries —G. H. Kidd, M.D., J. Thorburn, M.D. 

No Papers will be read in this Section To-day. 





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Papers Read Yesterday in this Section. 

Simpson, Sir James Y. : “ Remarks on a Cephalotribe.” 

Hicks, J. B., M^D., F.R.S. : ^‘On the use of the Intra-uterine Douche in 
Offensive Lochia, as a rule of practice.” 

Barnes, Dr. : “On the use of Perchloride of Iron in Uterine Haemorrhage.” 

Hicks, J. B., M.D., F.R.S. : “Cases showing the use of Pferchloride of Iron in 
flooding.” 

Squire, Wm., L.R.C.P. : “On the temperature variations occasioned by Vacci¬ 
nation, and its effects on the health of infants.” 

Smith, Protheroe, M.D. : “An Aid to Parturition, and to the Treatment of 
Displacement of the Uterus by a new Mechanical Appliance.” 


Section D.—PHYSIOLOGY. (Grand Jury Room, np stairs.) 

President—]. Hughes Bennett, M.D., F.R.S.E. 

Vice-Presidents — Lionel S. Beale, M.B., F.R.S., A. T. H. Waters, M.D. 

Secretaries—Y.. Chapman, M.A., H. Power, M.B. 

Brown-Sequard, Dr. : Continuation of “ Remarks on Epilepsy, accompanied by 
experiments.” 

Bain, W. P., M.D. : “On a Portable Spirometer, with a short demonstration 
of the different modes of Artificial Respiration.” 

Nicholson, D., M.D.: “ On the Body Weight and Urea in a case of Star¬ 
vation.” 

Tuke, j. B., M.D. : “On the Morbid Appearances met with in the Brain of 
the Insane.” 

De Meric, Victor, M.D., F.R.C.S.; “On cases of Syphilitic Affection of the 
Third Nerve, producing Mydriasis with and without Ptosis.” 

Taylor, R. Hibbert, M.D. : “A case of poisoning with Extract of Belladonna, 
with detailed account of Post Mortem appearances.” 

Papers Read Yesterday in this Section. 

Brown-Sequard, Dr. : “ Remarks on Epilepsy.” 

Broadbent, W. H., M.D.; “A brief account of a recent Investigation of the 
Structure of the Cerebral Hemisphere, with remarks.” 

Elliot, R., M.D. : “Does the adjustment of the eye, to vision at different 
distances, depend on temporary changes in the magnifying power of the eye, 
either by alterations in the form or position of the lens, or other parts in 
the dioptric system of the eye ? ” 



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Elliot, R., M.D. : “Do the movements of the Iris, by permitting only the 
more central and practically parallel rays of the optic cone or pencil of 
light, to reach the fovea centralis, on the anterior surface of the sensitive 
layer of rods and bulbs,—and by thus affording a sharp and well defined 
image of an object, whether near or far off—not perfectly explain the 
voluntary power of adjusting the eye to the distinct vision of objects at 
various distances ? ” 

Tait, Lawson, L.R.C.P., Ed. : “Or Idio-Muscular Contraction.” 


Section E.—STATE MEDICINE. (Council Chamber.) 

Presidetit —W. Farr, M.D., D.C.L., F.R.S. 

Vice-Presidents —E. D. Mapother, M.D., A. P. Stewart, M.D. 

Secretaries —G. H. Philipson, M.D., A. Wiltshire, M.D. 

Kennedy, Evoby, M.D.: “ On Zymotic Disease and Hospitalism, especially as illustra¬ 
ted by Puerperal Fever.” 

CooTE, Holmes, F.R.C.S.: “ On Hospitalism.” 

Birkett, Jno., F.R.C.S. : “ On the causes of death after amputations of the 
limbs in Hospitals.” 

Dickson, Walker, M.D. ; “On the Extension of the Contagious Diseases’ Act 
to Commercial Ports, and other measures for the improvement of the 
Sanitary condition of the Mercantile Marine.” 

Moriarty, T. B., Staff-Surgeon : “On the Absence of Typhus and Typhoid 
Fever in Tropical Africa.” 

Craister, T. L, M.R.C. S. : “On an outbreak of Typhoid Fever at Bramley.” 


Papers Read Yesterday in this Section. 

Ballard, E., M.D.: “The Defects of the Sanitary Acts.” 

Davies, T., M.R.C.S.: “Four Years’Experience as a Health Officer in Bristol.” 

Dyke, T. J., F.R.C.S. : “On the Practical Working of the Sanitary Act of 1866, 
and the Diseases Prevention Act of 1865.” 

Ballard, Edward, M.D.: “ On the evils arising from the present mode of taking 
Medical and Scientific Evidence in our Courts of Justice.” 

Bateman, F., M.D.: “Is it proper that Medical Men should be compelled to 
diviilge in Courts of Justice, facts of a criminal nature which may have 
become known to them in answer to strictly professional questions?” 


Paper received since the General List was printed. 
Hewlett, Dr., Health Officer of Bombay ; “ On the Sanitary State of Bombay.’ 






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BUSINESS DONE YESTEBDAY, 

The Third General Meeting was held : the Reports of Committees and 
the Report from the Representation Committee were read. 

Captain Galton read a Paper on Hospital Construction, and a long 
discussion followed. 

Dr. Beatty read an address in Midwifery. 

The Public Dinner of the Association was held in the Town Hall 
at Six p.m. 




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BRITISH MEDICAL ASSOCIATION. 


NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF MEMBERS, 

Received at the Reception Room, Philosophical Hall, Leeds. 
July 29th, 1869. 


Members me requested to furnish the Address Clerh, at the Reception 
Room, with any corrections of, or additions to, this List. 


Name. 


Residence. 


Leeds Address. 


Allbutt, T. C., M.A., M.D. 

Anderson, Me Call, M.D. Glasgow 
Adams, W. L., M.B. Cork 
Atkinson, E., M.R.C.S. 2, Albion place 
Askwith, Robert, M.D. Cheltenham 
Armstrong, L., M.R.C.S. South Shields 

Aiiidge, J. T., M.D., 

M.R.C.P. NTewcastle .. 

Ackroyd, George, M.R.C.S. 

Alexander, Wm., M.D., 

M.R.C.P. ... ... Newcastle ... 

Allan, W. W., L.R.C.P. Guiseley ... 
Atkinson, G. P., 

M.R.C.S. ... ... Pontefract ... 

Abraham, J., M.R.C.S. Harrogate ... 
Alder, S., M.R.C.S. ... Wakefield ... 
Anstie, F. E., M.D. ... London 
Armistead, J. Wm., M.R.C.S. Leeds ... 
Acland, H. W., M.D. ... Oxford 
Armitage, Sam. Harris, 

M.D_ ... ... Scarbro’ 


Leeds 

Queen’s Hotel, Harrogate 
.. Dr. W. Braithwaite 
... Leeds 

... Philosophical Hall 
... Mr. Glover, Little 
Woodhouse 

... Queen’s Hotel 
Woodhouse lane, Leeds 

Dr. Chadwick’s 
... Near Leeds 


2, Park square, Leeds 
G. N. Station Hotel 

Dr. Chadwick’s 


Beatty, T. E., M.D. ... Dublin 
Bastian, H. C., M.D. ... London 
Begley, W. C., M.D. ... Hanwell 
Barnes, Henry, M.D. ... Carlisle 


Gledhow wood 
38, Park square 
Queen’s Hotel 
Bull and Mouth Hotel 







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Name. 

Beardshaw, Ralph, 
M.R.C.S. 

Braithwaite, James, M.D. 
Browne, J. C., M.D. ... 
Bell, D., Rev., M.D., 

C.M. . 

Barker, J., F.R.C.S.E. 
Bateman, F., M.D. 
Bartrum, J. S., F.R.C.S. 
Ballard, E., M.D. 
Bainbridge, F., M.R.C.S. 
Bagnall, S. F., M.R.C.S. 
Barfleet, E., F.R.C.S. ... 

Bealey, A., M.D. 

Branson, F., M.D. 

Baker, J. W., M.R.C.S. 
Bott, T. B., M.D. 

Bartlett, W., F.R.C.S.... 
Broadbent, W. H., M.D. 
Beatty, J. G., L.K.Q.C.P. 
Balding, D. B., F.R.C S. 
Blanc, H., M.D., F.R.C.S. 
Bryan, E., M.R.C.S. ... 
Bell, J. H., M.D. 

Bain, W.P., M.D. 
Barclay, J., M.D. 

Bennet, J. H., M.D. ., 
Banks, J. T., M.D. 
Beecroft, S., F.R.C.S. .,. 
Blythraan, R. O., 

M.R.C.S. 

Blythman, C. S., 

M.B., C.M., M.R.C.S. 
Bennett, W., M.D. 
Bridges, J. H., F.R.C.P. 
Buchanan, G., M.D. ... 
Briggs, H., M.D. 

Beales, R., M.D. 
Broadbent, S. W., 

M.R.C.S. 

Barter, C. S., M.B. 

Bowes, R., M.R.C.S. ... 
By water, T. E. G., 

M.R.C.S. 

Broomhead, Geo., 

L.F.P.S. 

BovTnan,R.M., M.R.C.S. 
Braidwood, P. M., M.D. 
Bennett, J. Hughes 
Brown-Sequard, C. E., M. 
Branson, H. John, M.D. 


Residence. 

Leeds 

Leeds 

Wakefield ... 

Goole 

Warwick ... 
Norwich 
Bath 
Islington 
Harrogate ... 

Leeds 

Gloucester ... 

Harrogate ... 

Baslow, Chesterfield 

Derby 

Bury 

London 

London 

Dublin 

Royston 

London 

Idle . 

Bradford 

Poplar 

Leicester 

London 

Dublin 

Hyde, Manchester . 


Leeds Address. 


2o, G. N. Station Hotel 
Victoria Hotel 
Queen’s Hotel 
Headingley House 
21, Gt. George street 
G. N. Station Hotel 

. Victoria Hotel 
Queen’s Hotel 
Rev. E. Jackson’s 
Queen’s Hotel 
Wharton’s Hotel 
G. N. Station Hotel 
Dr. Allbutt’s 
. G. N. Station Hotel 
. Queen’s Hotel 
Queen’s Hotel 


G. N. Station Hotel 
35, Park Square, Leeds 
Albion place, Leeds 
Dr. Heaton’s, Claremont 


Swinton, Rotherham 

Swinton, Rotherham 

HaiTogate ... ... Queen’s Hotel 

Bradford 

Glasgow ... ... Mr. Seaton’s 

Burnley 

Congleton . G. N. Station Hotel 

South Hetton, Diu’ham G.N. Station Hotel 


Bath 
Richmond ... 

Knottingley ... 

Girlington ... 
Ripon 

Birkenhead ... 
Edinburgh ... 
D. Paris 
Doncaster ... 


... Bull and Mouth Hotel 


G. N. Station Hotel 

Bull and Mouth Hotel 
1, Albion place 
22, Park place 




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Name. 

Barnes, R., M.D. 

Bull, H. G., M.D. 

Berry, Professor, F.R.C.S., 

Eng. 


Chapman, E., M.A. 
Clayton. M. H., M.R.C.S. 
Carter, T. B.,M.R.C.S. . 
Coote, Holmes, F.R.C.S. 
Chadwick, 0., F.R.C.P., 

M.D. 

Cooper, Sir H., M.D. ... 
Cruise, F. R., M.D. 
Charlton, E., M.D. ... 
Chambers, T., L.R.C.P. . 

Crossby, J. P., L.R.C.P. 
Cornwall, J., M.R.C.S. . 
Carden, H. D., F.R.C.S. 
Corrie, J. J., M.R.C.S. 
Craister, T. L., M.R-C.S. 
Churton, W., M.R.C.S., 
Cooke, R. T. E. B., 

F.R.C.S. 

Clark, J., M.D. 

Copeland, W.-, M.R.C.S. 
Church, W. J., F.R.C.S. 
Cooper, R., M.R.C.S. ... 
Clarke, J. C., M.R.C.S. 
Croly, H. G., F.R.C.S... 
Charcote, J. N., M.D. 
Callon, W. T., M.D. ... 
Call, T. J., L.R.C.P.E.... 
CJarke, H., M.D. 
Cuming, J., M.D. 
Crompton, S., M.D. 
Clouston, T. S., M.D. ... 
Clapham, E., M.D. 
Crawford, W. T., M.D. 
Christie, T. B., M.D. ... 
Cossar, T., M.D. 
Chambers, T. K., M.D... 
Chorley, Henry M.R.C.S. 
Corfield, W. H., M.B., 
Oxon... 


Residence. 


Leeds Address. 


31, Grosvenor street, 

London ... Mr. W. N. Price, East parade 
Hereford ... ... Queen’s Hotel 


Birmingham 

Queen’s Hotel 

Oxford 

Dr. J. Braithwaite’s 

Birmingham 

Queen’s Hotel 

Potternewton 


London ... Mr. 

A. Horsfall’s, Whitkirk 

Leeds 


Hull. 

.. Queen’s Hotel 

Dublin 

Mr. T. P. Teale’s, Leeds 

Newcastle ... 

Dr. Chadwick’s 

London 

.. 6, Lewis street, Pot¬ 

Leeds 

ternewton 

Bath 

.. Harrogate 

Worcester ... 

.. 22, Park place, Leeds 

Leeds 

Bramley 


Lightcliffe, Halifax. 

.. Philosophical Hall 

Scarbro’ 

Mr. T. P. Teale’s, Leeds 

Walsall 

Queen’s Hotel 

Staindrop ... 

Queen’s Hotel 

Bath 

Queen’s Hotel 

Leek 

G. N. Station Hotel 

Gildersome ... 


Dublin 

Mr. T, P. Teale’s, Leeds 

Paris 

Queen’s Hotel 

Liverpool 


Ilkley 


Ferry Hill .. 


Belfast 

Queen’s Hotel 

Manchester ... ^ 

Dr. Jas. Braithwaite 

Garlands, Carlisle . 

.. Bull and Mouth Hotel 

Devizes 

.. St. James’ Lodge 

Green Hammerton. 


Clifton, York 


Darlington ... 


London 

Bramley Parsonage 

Leeds 

8, Park square 

University College, 

London ... 

.. Dr. Wiltshire’s, 21, 


Clark, S., L.R.C.P.E. .. 
Callender, G. Wm., F.R. 
Colley, T. Davies, M.D, 


Whitworth, Ferryhill 
C.S. London 
Chester 


Great George street 


G. N. Station Hotel 





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Name. 

Residence. 

Leeds Address. 

Dobson, Thomas, M.D. 

Holbeck 

... Leeds 

Dobson, William, M. K. C. S. 

Leeds 

Deville, T., M.D. 

Harrogate .. 

... Philosophical Hall 
'. R. Green’s, Roundhay, Leeds 
. Queen’s Hotel, Harrogate 

Druitt, R., F.R.C.S. ... 

London Mr 

Desmond, L. E., M.D_ 

Liverpool 

De Meric,Victor, F.R.C.S. 

London 

... Philosophical Hall 

Davey, J.G., M.D. 

Bristol 

G. N. Station Hotel 

Day, Henry, M.D. 

Stafford 

.. Queen’s Hotel 

Drury, C. D. H., M.D. 

Sunderland ... 

Queen’s Hotel 

Down, L., M.D. 

London 

46, Springfield place 

Davies, J. S., M.R.C.S. 

Oswestry 

G. N. Station Hotel 

Dickson, W., M.D. 
Davies, E., M.R.C.S., 

London 

... G. N. Station Hotel 

L.S.A. 

Swansea 

... White Horse Hotel 

Dixon, J., L.R.C.S. 

Keighley 

Mr. Craven’s, Potternewton 

Daly, 0., M.D. 

HuU 


Dix, J., M.R.C.S. 

Hull. 


Dodsworth, B., M.R.C.S., 

York 


Davies, C. D., M.D. ... 

Bury 


Day, W. Henry, L.R.C.P 

Wakefield... 


Davies, D., M.R.C.S. ... 

2, Queen square, Bristol White Horse 

Eddison, J. E., M.D. ... 

Leeds 

19, Park square 

Eddie, W. H., M.R.C.S. 

Barton 

3, Blenheim terrace, Leeds 

Eagland, W. H., M.D. . 

Leeds 

Ellis, T. S., M.R.C.S., &c. 

Gloucester .. 

Queen’s Hotel 

Elliott, G. F., M.D. ... 

Hull. 


Ellis, J. R., M.R.C.S. ... 

Mirfield 

... Royal Hotel 

Embleton, D., M.D. 

Newcastle ... 

... Methley, Leeds 

Elliott, R., M.D. 

Carlisle 

Mr. Fixrst’s, 7, Lyddon terrace 

Eastwood, J. W., M.D... 

Dinsdale Park, Darlington 

Ellis, J., L.F.P. 

Glasgow 

... Heckmondwike 

Evans, Sam. H., M.R.C.S. 

Derby 


Farr, Wm., M.D., 

Bickley 

... Dr. Heaton’s 

Falconer, R. W., M.D. 

Bath 

... Dr. Chadwick’s 

Fothergill, J. M., M.D. 


Bull and Mouth Hotel 

Fitz Patrick, H., M.D. 

West Derby 

Dr. Myrtle, High Harrogate 

Fielding, J. R., M.R.C.S. 

Alfreton 

Queen’s Hotel 

Farre, Arthur, M.D. ... 

London 

Mr. Hey’s 

Foster, John, F.R.C.S... 

Bradford 

Folker, W. H., F.R.C.S. 

Hanley 

... Victoria Hotel 

Frain, Joseph, M.D. ... 

South Shields 

G. N. Station Hotel 

Fothergill, J. R., M.D. 

Darlington ... 

... Queen’s Hotel 

Fuller, William, M.B.... 

Oswestry 

Queen’s Hotel 

Fielden, S., L.R.C.P.E .. 
Faner, R., L.R.C.P., 

Shildon 


M.R.C.S. 

Brighouse ... 

... 




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Name. 

Fox, C. B., M.D. 
Frazer, Wm., M.D. 


Kesidence. Leeds Address. 

Scarboro’ ... ... Victoria Hotel 

Montreal, Me Gill College White Horse 
Hotel 


Galton, D., C.B. ... London ... ... 45, Park square 

Griffith, T. T., P.R.C.S. Wrexham ... 12, Warwick place, Leeds 

Garlick, William, M.B.C.S. 7, Hyde terrace 
Greenhow, T. M., M.D. Chapel-Allerton 
Gairdner, W. T., M.D. Glasgow ... ... Dr. Allbutt’s 

Giddings, W. K., L.B.C.P. Calverley 
Gowans, William, L.B.C.P.S. South Shields ... 


Gibbon, S., Jun., M.B. 
Gray, E. B., M.D. 
Greenwood, J. W., 

M.B.C.S . 

Greenway, H., M.B.C.S. 
Goldie, Geo, L.B.C.P... 
Goyder, D., M.D., 

L.B.C.S . 

Garstang, Walter, M.D. 
Gibb, C. J., M.D. 


London 

Oxford 

Ossett 

Plymouth ... 
Kirkstall road, Leeds 

Bradford 
Blackburn ... 
Newcastle-on-Tyne... 


G. N. Station Hotel 
G. N. Station Hotel 
42, Park square 

Queen’s Hotel 


Harrogate 


Hutchinson, J'., F.B.C.S. 
Hall, W., M.B.C.S. .. 


London 

Leeds 


G. N. Station Hotel 


Haughton, S., M.D. Trinity College, Dublin 

Bev. T. B. Shelton’s, 

1 Holman, C., M.D. 

Beigate 

Park square, Leeds 
Queen’s Hotel 

■ Hornby, T., B.G.P. ... 

Pocklington 

Philosophical Hall 

: Hall, J. C., M.D. 

Sheffield ... 

Queen’s Hotel 

j Heath, F. A., M.B.C.S. 

Manchester 

Mr. John Barber’s, 

j Hutchinson, B. S., M.D. 

Scarbro’ 

12, Cromer terrace 
Elmete Hall 

1 Hardy, H. G, M.B.C.S. 

Byer’s Green 

9, Oxford Bow, Leeds 

' Heffernan, E., L.B.C.P.E 

Speonymoor 

9, Oxford row, Leeds 

j Hirst, S. C., M.B.C.S. 

Bowling 

Philosophical Hall 
reenhow’s, Chapeltown 

1 Higginson, A. M.B.C.S. 

Liverpool .. Dr. G 

! Heslop, T. P., M.D. ... 

Birmingham 

Queen’s Hotel 

Harrison, B., F.B.C.S. 

Liverpool 

Victoria Hotel 

Hare, C. J., M.D. 

London 

2, Warwick Villas 

Heaton, J. D., M.D., 

F.B.C.P. 

Leeds 


Henry, A., M.D. 

London 


1 Hey, S., F.B.C.S. 

Leeds 


i Haynes, S., M.D. 

Laverstock, Salisbury 

G. N. Station Hotel 

: Hepworth, W., M.B.C.S. 

Guiseley 


) Hall, F., M.R.C.S. ... 

Leeds 


' Horsfall, J., M.B.C.S.... 

London 

Whitkirk 

i Holmes, F., M.B.C.S.... 

London 

Burmantofts 

Hepworth, W. B. 

; M.B.C.S. 

Armley 




14 


Name. 

Residence. 

Leeds Address. 

Handcock, G., M.R.C.S. 

Hunslet road, Leeds 


Heaps, J., M.R.C.S. ... 

Westgate, Otley 


Husband, W. D.,F.R.C.S. 

York . 

Queen’s Hotel 

Hayward, G., M.D. 

Leeds 


Hirst, C., L.R.C.RE. ... 
Hey, William, F.R.C.S. 

Morley 


Albion place 


Haviland, H. J., M.D... 

Harrogate ... 

Queen’s Hotel 

Hall, W., F.R.C.S. ... 

Lancaster ... 

Queen’s Hotel 

Haigh, T. A., M.R.C.S. 

Meltham 


Hemingway, H., Surgeon 

Dewsbury ... 


Horton, R. G., M.R.C.S. 
Humphreys, J. R., 

Park square... 

Leeds 

M.R.C.S. 

Haxworth, W., 

Shrewsbury... 

G. N. Station Hotel 

M.R.C.S.E. 

Kirby Overblow 

Oak Villa, Heading- 

Hall, Radclyffe C., M.D. 

Torquay 

Mr. Nunneley’s 

Hallidav, J., M.R.C.S.... 
Hicks, J. D., M.B., 

Burley road 

Leeds 

F.R.S. 

Harrison, C. H. Rogers, 

London 

G. N. Station Hotel 

F.R.C.S. 

London 

Mr. Curwood’s, Be 
Grey road, Leeds 

Ikin, J. L, F.R.C.S. ... 

19, Park Place 

Leeds 

Inglis, Alexander, M.D. 

Worcester ... 

Queen’s Hotel 

Jessop, T. R., F.R.C.S. 

32, Park Square 

Leeds 

Jephcott, S. T., M.D. ... 

Chester 

Queen’s Hotel 

Jobson, J., F.R.C.S. ... 

Bishop Auckland ... 

G. N. Station Hotel 

Jewison, T. W., M.R.C.S.E. Oulton ... 


Jessop, A, M.R.C.S. ... 

Castleford ... 


Jefferson, Rd., M.R.C.S. 
Jenner, Sir Wm„ Bart., 

Market Weighton ... 


M.D., F.R.S. 

Johnson, Christopher, 

London 

Dr. Chadwick’s 

F.R.C.S. 

Lancaster ... 


Kelley, G. P., M.R.C.S. 

Leeds 


Kennedy, E., M.D. 

Dublin 

Queen’s Hotel 

Kidd, G. H.,M.D. ... 

King, K., M.D. 

Dublin 

G. N. Station Hotel 

Hull . 


Keyworth, H., M.R.C.S. 

York . 


Kirby, C., M.R.C.S. ... 
Kendell, D. B., M.B., 

Halifax 


Cantab. 

West Wood, Scarbro’ 


Lombard, J. S., M.D. ... 

Boston 

G. N. Station Hotel 

Lewis, W., M.D. 

London 

Mr. R. Barr’s 




15 


Name. 

Lingen, C., F.R.C.B. ... 
Libbey, H. C., M.R.C.S. 
Little, J., M.D. 

Lilly, W., M.D. 

Loe, J.S., M.R.C.S. .. 
Lee, H., F.R.C.S. 

Leared, A., M.D. 

Leeson, J. F., L.R.C.P. 

Lee, M., M.D. 

Leadman, A., L.A.C. ... 
Lees, S. D., M.D. 
Latham, P. W., M.D.... 
Lambert, J., M.R.C.S. . 
i Lunn, W. J., M.D. 

1 Leake, J. R., L.R.C.P. 
i Land, R. T., M.D., 

M.R.C.S. 

I Leeming, R. T., M.R.C.S. 
i Lewis, James, F.R.C.S. 
iLawlie, J. D., M.R.C.S. 
Lang, John, M.D. 

I Little, David, M.D. 

;Limd, Edward, F.R.C.S. 
j Leech, D. John, M.B. ... 
jLong, J., F.R.C.S.E. ... 


jMeade, R. H., F.R.C.S. 
Miall, P., M.R.C.S ... 
Mackie, J., L.R.C.S. ... 
Macnamara, R., L.R.C.S.I 
Martin, James, F.R.C.S., 
Pres. I. Med. Ass. ... 
acKenzie, W. S., L.R.C. 
Martin, W., F.R.C.S. ... 
Moriarty, T. Ih, M.D. 
Matterson, W., M.D. 
jMorris, E., M.D. 

iManley, J., M.R.C.S. ... 
iMarshall, H. H., M.D. 

;Mc Cheane, W., F.R.C.S. 
ijMiller, H., M.D. 
'iMaclagan, J.M., M.D. . . 
fijMicklethwaite, B. W., 

!! M.R.C.S., L.S.A. ... 
i jMunroe, H., M.D. 

% Mac Cormac, W., F.R.C.S. 

^ Macleod, G. H. B., M.D., 
F.R.CS. 


Residence. 


Leeds Address. 
Victoria Hotel 


Hereford 
Hunslet lane, Leeds 

Dublin ... ... G. N. Station Hotel 

London ... 5, Great George street 

Woodhouse lane, Leeds 
9, Saville row, London 9, Park square, Leeds 
London ... ... 2, Albion place 

Bradford ... ... Philosophical Hall 

Bradford ... ... Philosophical Hall 

G9, Woodhouse lane, Leeds 
Ashton-under-Lyne... Victoria Hotel 
Cambridge ... ... Philosophical Hall 

Parsley, near Leeds 

Hull Mr. Hodson’s, the Docks, Leeds 

80th Regt., Liverpool Queen’s Hotel 

105, Meadow lane, Leeds 
Kendall ... ... White Horse Hotel 

G. K. Station Hotel 

Bradford 
Southport ... 

21, St. John’s street, 

Manchester 
Manchester ... 

Manchester... 


Liverpool ... 

... Harrogate 

Bradford 

... Philosophical Hall 

Bradford 


Darlington ... 

... 9, Oxford row 


Queen’s Hotel 

Portlaw, Ireland 

42, Park square 

.P. Normanton 

Philosophical Hall 

London 

G. N. Station Hotel 

Army 

Queen’s Hotel 

York 

Queen’s Hotel 

Spalding 

Mr. E. Bryan’s, surgeon, 
near Leeds 

West Bromwich 

Queen’s Hotel 

Clifton 

... Queen’s Hotel 

Liverpool 

... Trinity Parsonage 

Glasgow 

... West Riding Hotel 

Edinboro’ ... 

Mexboro’ 

Gomersal 


Hull 

Ward’s Hotel 

Belfast 

Queen’s Hotel 

Glasgow 

Queen’s Hotel 




16 


Name. 

Mapother, E. D., M.D. 
Me Intyre, J., M.D. ... 
Mould, G. W., M.E.C.S. 
Morehouse, H. J., L.S.A. 
Medcalf, H. C., M.RC.S. 
Martin, Robert, M.D... 
Myrtle, Andrew Scott, 

M.D. 

Moore, C. H., F.R.C.S. 
Murray, Wm., M.D. ... 


Nunneley, J. A., M.B. 
Nicholson, R. H. B., 

M.RC.S. 

Nevitt, J. G., M.R.C.S. 
Newstead,C. Y., M.R.C.S. 
Nunneley, T., F.R.C.S.E. 
Nichols, T., M.RC.S. ... 
Norman, J. W., M.B.. . 
Nelson, E. F., M.D. ... 
Nowell, James, M.R.C.S. 
Nankivell, C. B., M.D. 
Newstead, G., M.R.C.S. 
Nicholson, D., M.B. ... 
Nevins, J. B., M.D. Lon. 
Ness, J., F.R.C.S. 
Nunneley, F. B., M.D .. 
Norris, H., L.R C.P. 
Needham, F., M.D. 
Newman, W., M.D. ... 
Nunneley, T., F.R.C.S... 


Oglesby, R.P., M.RC.S. 
Ogle, W., M.D. 


Price, H. W., M.R.C.S. 
Prichard, A., F.R.C.S. 
Parkinson, Wm., M.R.C.S. 
Parsons, D. W., L.R.C.P. 
Procter, W. B., F.R.C.S. 
Pearson, Rev. T. R. W., 

B.A. . 

Pollard, Wm, M.R.C.S. 
Procter, William, M.D. 
Pullan, Richard, L.S.A. 
Price, W. N., M.R.C.S. 
Philipson, G. H., M.D. 
Pugh, J. L. P, M.RC.S. 


Eesidence. 

Dublin 
Odiham 
Royal Asylum 
Holmiirth ... 
Howden 
Warrington 

Harrogate ... 
London 

Burley-in-Wharfedale 


22, Park place 

Hull . 

Chapeltown 

Otley 

Park place ... 

New Wortley 

Harrogate ... 

Downpatrick 

Woodlesford 

Torquay 

Eccleshill 

Portland 

Liverpool 

Helmsley, Yorkshire 
T ork 

Petherton ... 

York . 

Stamford 
22, Park place 


12, Park square 
Derby 


28, Park square 
Clifton 
Bradford 
Liverpool ... 
Bradford 

Leeds 

Torquay 

York 

Hunslet 

Leeds 

Newcastle ... 
Brighouse ... 


T 

Leeds Address. 

G. N. Station Hotel 
Queen’s Hotel 
Cheadle 

Mr. Pullan’s, Himslet 
Ward’s Hotel 

Wharfedale 


Queen’s Hotel 
13, Hillary street 

Park place 

88, Woodhouse lane 
7, Park square 
Queen’s Hotel 

Hillary House, Leeds 

G N. Station Hotel 
Leeds 

Queen’s Hotel 

Dr. Heaton’s 
Victoria Hotel 

Infirmary 

Mr. Rhind’s, Shipley 

Victoria Hotel 







17 


Name. 

Playfair, W. S., M.D. .. 

Pincoifs, Peter, M.D. ... 
Perceval, Thomas, 
M.R.C.S., &c. 

Pinder, W. M., M.RC.S. 
Piper, a E., F.R.C.S... 
Power, H., M.B. 


Residence. 

5, Curzon street, London 


Leeds Address. 


Naples 

Riccall, near York ... 
Horsforth ... 
Darlington ... 

45, Seymour street, 
London ... 


Elmete Hall, 
Roundhay 
Queen’s Hotel 

5, Yernon road 

Mr. Nuuneley’s 


Rhodes, G. S., M.R.C.S. 
Rhind, S., L.R.C.S. ... 
Richardson, B. W., M.D., 
Reynolds, J. R., M.D., E. 
Rivington, W., M.S. . 
Ransome, A., M.B., .. 
Routh, 0. H. F., M.D. 
Ruddock, J. R., M.RC.S. 
Rendie, R, M.RC.S. ... 
Ruddock, W. P., M.R.C.S. 
Rickards, G. H. L., 

M.RC.S. 

Robinson, M. K., M.D. 
Ritchie, T., L.R.C.S. ... 
Robinson, E., M.R.C.S. 
Roe, J . W., M.D. 

Rumsey, H. W., M.D. . 
Richardson, C., M.R.C.S. 
Robson, R N., M.R.C.S. 
Roberts, O., M.D. 

Rugg, G. P., M.D. 

Reeves, H. A., M.R.C.S. 
Roberts, D. L., M.D. ... 
Rogers, T. L., M.D. 
Rowley, C. O., M.R.C.S. 
Richardson, Wm., L.A.S. 
Ransom, W. H., M.D.... 
Roberts, W., M.D. 


Dewsbury ... 
Shipley 

F.R.S. London 
R.C.P. London 
London 
Manchester ... 
London 
Leeds 
London 
Leeds 

Leeds 

Harrogate ... 
Otley 


16, 


Ellesmere ... 

Cheltenham 

Leeds 

Durham 

St. Asaph ... 

Clapham road, London 

London 

Manchester ... 

Rainhill 

Silkstone 

Stockton-on-Tees 

Nottingham 

Manchester... 


Philosophical Hall 

G. N. Station Hotel 
Queen’s Hotel 
G. N. Station Hotel 

G. N. Station Hotel 


Corn Exchange, Leeds 
Philosophical Hall 
42, Park square, Leeds 
Philosophical Hall 
Dr. Chadwick’s 
13, Skinner lane 
Queen’s Hotel 
Victoria Hotel 
G. N. Station Hotel 
Victoria Hotel 


White Horse Hotel 
G. N. Station Hotel 


I Scattergood, Thomas, 

! M.R.C.S. ... ... 41, Park square 

Sankey, W. H. O., M.D. Cheltenham 
:| Seaton, James, L.R.C.S. North street 
ij Sabben, J. T., M.D. .. London 
Sharpe, G. M., L.R.C.P. Hunslet 
I Scott, William, M.R.C.S. Holbeck 
.1 Sadler, P. L., M.R.C.S. Warrington... 
li Simpson, Henry, M.D. Manchester ... 

’ Southam, G., F.R.C.S. Manchester... 


Leeds 

Queen’s Hotel 
Leeds 

G. N. Station Hotel 


Harrogate 
Mr. Nunneley’s 










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1 


Name. 

Residence. 

Leeds Address. 

Smeddle, Robert, L.S.A. 

Sheldon 

... 24, Grove terrace 

Smith, G. P., M.D. 

Mount Stead 

Leeds Club 

Smith, Thomas, M.D. ... 

Cheltenham... 

... 7, Cromer terrace 

Smith, F. A. A, M.D. 

do. 

do. 

Stewart, A. P., M.D. ... 

London 

... Dr. Heaton’s 

Smith, Protheroe, M.D., 

London 

... Yictoria Hotel 

Seatou, Joseph, M.D. ... 

Sunbury 

... G. N. Station Hotel 

Slesser, Charles, M.D. 

Bramley 


Stewart, H. H., M.D. ... 

Dublin 

13, Hillary Street 

Spratley, Samuel, M.D. 

Rock Ferry... 

Queen’s Hotel, Leeds, and 

Samuels, Arthur, M.D. 

Liverpool 

Gascoigne’s, Harrogate 
Yictoria Hotel 

Steele, A. B., L.R.C.P.... 
Sykes, Richard, L.S.A. 

Liverpool ... Prince of Wales’, Harrogate 

Drighlington 


Simpson, J. H., M.R.C.P. 

Pontefract 


Stokes, William, M.D. 

Dublin 

Mr. T. P. Teale’s 

Stearns, J., M.D. 

Boston, America 

... G. N. Station Hotel 

Sykes, J., M.D. 

Doncaster ... 


Storrs, R., L.P.C.S. ... 

Doncaster ... 


Senior, R., M.R.C.S. ... 

Bowden, Cheshire 


Sykes, B. C., M.D., 
M.R.C.S. 

Cleckheaton... 


Sibson, F., M.D. 

London 

... Mr. He/s 

Smith, T. Heckstall 
F.R.C.S. 

St. Mary Cray 

Queen’s Hotel 

Simpson, Sir J., Bart., 
M.D. 

Edinboro’ ... 

... Mr. Nunneley’s 

Stonehouse, Cornelius 
M.R.C.S. 

Horsforth ... 

Spencer, H. M., M.R.C.S. 
Squire, Wm., L.R.C.P... 

Bradford ... 


London 

Bramhope Hall 

Shann, G., M.D. 

York 

Sanderson, J. Burdon ... 

London 

... Dr. Allbutt’s 

Settle, Henry Nicholson, 

L.R.C.P.E. ... ... North street, Leeds 

Strawman, Wm., M.R.C.S., L.S.A. Barnsley 

Stewart, T. Grainger, 
M.D. 

32, Queen street, Edin- 

Teale, T. P., F.R.C.S. ... 
Tilt, E. J.,. M.D. 

burgh 

Leeds 

London 

Queen’s Hotel 

31, Albion Street, Leeds 

TUorburn, J., M.D. 

Manchester ... 

Turton, F., L.R.C.P. ... 

W ol verham pton 

Queen’s Hotel 

Turner, W., M.R.C.S. ... 

Liverpool 

... Queen’s Hotel 

Teale, J., M.R.C.S. ... 

31, Albion street. 

Leeds 

Thomas, R., L.S.A. 

Rawdon 


Terry, J. N., M.R.C.S. . 

Bradford 


Thornton, W. H., M.D.. 

Dewsbury ... 


Turner, G., M.D. 

Stockport ... 

... Wellington Hotel 





19 


Name. 


Residence. 


Leeds Address. 


Trewhella, H. E., M.D. 
Terry, H., Jun., M.R.C.S 
Town son, B., M.R.C.S. 
Tait, Lawson, L.R.C.P. 
Thwaites, T. B., M.R.C.S. 
Tuke, Harrington, M.D. 
Turner, G., M.D. 

Taylor, M. W., M.D. ... 
Tacey, W. G., L.S.A. 
Taylor, J. M., F.R.C.S. 
Taylor, R. H., M.D. ... 
Taylor, Chas. Bell, M.D., 
F R C S 

Teale, John W.,’f.R.C.*s! 
Teevan, Wm., F.R.C.S. 


Underhill, T., M.R.C.S. 
Umpleby, H., M.D, ... 
Umpleby, H., M.D. ... 
Upton, T. S., M.R.C.S. 
L.S.A. 


Williams, T. W., F.R.C.S. 

Wright, C. J., M.R.C.S. 
Wiltshire, A., M.D. 
Waters, A. T. H., M.D. 
Wilkinson, M. A. E,, 

M.D. 

Wilson, C. B., M.R.C.S. 
Weaver, F. P., M.D. ... 
Webster, G., M.D. 
Waters, E., M.D. 
Wheelhouse, C. G., 

F R C S 

Wrench,’E. M.,* M.R.C.S. 

Wright, F., L.S.A. ... 
Wood, Arthur, L. S. A... 
Walton, H. Haynes, 

F.R.C.S. 

Wood, S., F.R.C.S., 

F.S.A. 

Williams, E., M.D. 
Wright, T. G., M.D. ... 
Ward, J. B., B.A., M.B. 
Watts, W. F., M.R.C.S. 
Walker, G. E., M.R.C.S. 
Wood, W., M.D. 


Headingley ... 


Northampton 

Queen’s Hotel 

Liverpool ... 


Wakefield ... 

... Rectory, A del 

Bishop Auckland 

G. N. Station Hotel 

London 

Dr, Browne’s, Wakefield 

Stockport ... 

... Queen’s Hotel 

Penrith 

... Bull and Mouth Hotel 

Bradford 


Leeds Barracks 


Liverpool 

G. N. Station Hotel 

Nottingham 

White Horse Hotel 

Scarbro’ 

... Mr. T. P. Teale’s 

London 

... G. N. Station Hotel 

Great Bridge 

Queen’s Hotel 

Edinburgh ... 

105, Meadow lane 

Bedale 

105, Meadow lane 

Tadcaster ... 


Birmingham 

Mr. Wheelhouse, 

42J Park square 

Leeds 

2, Park square 

London 21, 

Great George street, Leeds 

Liverpool 

... G. N. Station Hotel 

Manchester ... 

Queen’s Hotel 

Liverpool 

Trinity Parsonage 

Frodsham ... 

House of Recovery, 1 .eeds 

London 

... Victoria Hotel 

Chester 

Mr. Nunneley’s, Leeds 

Leeds 


Barlow, Chesterfield Rev. E. Jackson’s, 
Brunswick place 

Stamford Bridge 

Eccleshiil 

Kirby Moorside 

Clifie road 

London 

Mr. Nunneley’s 

Shrewsbury... 

G. N. Station Hotel 

Wrexham ... 

... Victoria Hotel 

Wakefield ... 


Wakefield ... 

... Denison Hall, Leeds 

Dewsbury ... 


Liverpool ... 

... Victoria Hotel 

London 

Station Hotel 


20 


Name. Eesidence. 

Wylie, Wm., M.D. ... Skipton 
Webster, B., M.D. ... Alderley Edge 
Wright, J. H., M.R.C.S. Halifax 
Whytehead, H. Y., M.D. Beverley ... 
Wallace, J., M.D. ... Liverpool... 
Wilkinson, W. C., 

F.Pt.C.S.Spalding 

Wilkinson, Wm., 

M.RC.S.Hartshill ... 

Warburton, E., M.R.C.S. Pateley Bridge 
Whitehead, James, M.D. Manchester ... 


Young, G. E., M.D. ... Leeds 


Leeds Address. 

2, Blenheim square 

Bull and Mouth Hotel 

Station Hotel 

Queen’s Hotel 
2, Blenheim square 


Charles Goodall, Printer, 16, Woodhouse Lane, Leeds. 









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SO^IP. 

CONTAINS FREE FAT INSTEAD OF FREE ALKALIES. 

From the ^^Illustrated Medical News^ 

“ It is well-known that the use of some soaps, owing to the excess of 
alkali they contain, do not agree with many skins, more especially in 
infancy, in females, and when they are irritated or inflamed. It was a. 
decidedly happy idea to incorporate cream in ‘Vinolia’ Soap, and the 
result is a decided success, as we can testify from a prolonged trial of the 
article. The great feature of ‘ Vinolia ’ Soap is that it contains, instead of 
some free alkali, an excess of the plastic emollient cream, and thus em¬ 
bodies the principle introduced in recent years of a superfatty soap ; con¬ 
sequently it is beautifully emollient and softening to the skin, and most 
soothing in many slightly inflamed conditions. Everyone knows, tor 
instance, what a difficult problem it is to cleanse inflamed skin on the 
hands without setting up irritation. It lathers well, and altogether is 
most agreeable. For those who are interested in the subject of shavings 
we add, try ‘Vinolia’ Soap.” 

From the Lo^ don Medical Recorder” 

“ ‘Vinolia ’ Soap may be used even for the most irritable skin without 
the risk of producing excoriation, &c. It is highly spoken of by leading 
authorities for skin afiections and tender skins.” 

From the Hospital Gazette” 

“ Medical men often have occasion to forbid the use of soap in certain 
irritable conditions of the skin, on account of the damage inflicted on sen¬ 
sitive tissues. It is obvious that, however necessary, the inability to use 
soap entails considerable discomfort, and one is therefore disposed to wel¬ 
come a product in which the primary source of the irritation—the excess 
of caustic alkali—hasrbeen overcome by a special process of manufacture. 
We have tried ‘ Vinolia ’ Soap, and can certify that it is bland and unirri¬ 
tating, even to the most delicate skin. The alkali in tlie soap being 
neutralised by an adequate provision of fatty base, it does not deprive the 
skin of its natural fat, but acts rather as a lubricant, leaving it soft and 
pliable. We may observe in parenthesis that it is altogether a false 
economy to employ an inferior product. Apart from the medical aspect of 
the question, it should be borne in mind that hard, well-milled soaps, in 
which the proper proportions of the various components have been carefully 
provided, lather better and last longer than products in the manufacture 
of which less care or less skill has been shown. We can confidently assert 
that for toilet purposes we have never seen ‘ Vinolia ’ Soap surpassed.” 

EVIL EFFECTS OF SOAPS. 

“VINOLIA” SOAP differs from other Soaps, which harm the skin by 
reason of their free soda or potash, inasmuch as it contains, instead of free 
soda or potash, some unsaponitied plastic emollient cream ; it cleanses 
admirably, while the presence of the emollient cream prevents the alkali 
from, by any possibility, attacking the skin, extracting the oil, and thereby 
hardening and weakening this tissue, and rendering it liable to blotches, 
wrinkles, duskiness, and premature decay. The drying, deleterious action 
of ordinary soaps upon the hair and scalp is easily perceived after sham¬ 
pooing with them. “Vinolia” Soap lathers beautifully, and is the only 
Soap for skin treatment, shaving or shampooing, or for the toilet, nursery, 
and bath. Prices:—“Vinolia” (for Eczema, Pruritus, &:c.), Is. 9 d. and 
63. “ Vinolia” Soap (Toilet), 2 s. 6d. per box of Three Tablets. 


Agents for BLONDEAU & CIE., 

ROBERTS 8 l CO., 76, New Bond Street, London. 

And 5 , Rue de la Paix, Paris. 









Bntisl) JHeUital Association 


FIFTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL MEETING. 

LEEDS, 1S89.» 

journal. 

No. 1. 

Tuesday Morning, August ISth^ 


CONTENTS. 


TAGB. 


Access to Sectional Rooms, etc. 9 

Agenda ... . . 37 

Annual Museum. 10 

Badges, Local Officers. 6 

Clubs, etc., open to Members... 17 
Entertainments ... ... ... 11 

Excursions (Saturday). 21 

Excursions and Visits. 13 

General Arrangements. 7 

General and Special Meetings... 16 
Hospitals, etc., open to Mem¬ 
bers . 

Irish Graduates’Association ... 16 

Ladies, Arrargements for ... 17 

List of Members . 86 

Local Committees . 4 

Luncheon . 7 


PAGE. 

Medical Sickness, Annuity and 


Life Assurance Society ... 16 

New Sydenham Society ... 16 

Officers of t ie Association ... 3 

Postal and Telegraph Office ... 7 

Programme of Proceedings ... 35 

Programme of To-day .. ... 36 

Railway Arrangements ... 18 

Readers of Addresses. 3 

Reception Room 7 

Report of Council . 37 

Reports of Committees ... 47 

Rules for the conduct of Annual 

Meetings . ... 85 

Sectional Arrangements ... 72 

Short Excursions . 13 

Telephone . 7 

Tram Cars . 19 


All communications intended for this Journal should he sent marked 
Editor Daily Journalf and must he in the Editor's hands before five 
o'clock the previous evening, 

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THE IDEAL FORM OF COD-LIVER OIL. 


“ Patients unable to tolerate the purest and most carefully 
prepared Cod-Liver Oil can readily digest and assimilate it when 
combined with Maltine .”—British Medical Journal. 

The following points differentiate Maltine with Cod-Liver 
Oil from all other preparations of oil and malt:— 

1. Owing to the discovery of a special process, we are able 
to combine, in a stable form, a larger quantity of the oil with the 
malt than is done in any other preparation. 

2. At the same time, the presence of the oil is disguised with 
absolute success. This cannot be predicated of any other product. 

3. The combination is far more intimate; consequently the- 
oil is more digestible. 

4. The superiority of Maltine in albuminoids, makes this com¬ 
bination the most flesh-forming preparation of Cod-Liver Oil, 

A few words may not be amiss regarding the use which is 
now generally made of Maltine -with Cod-Liver Oil by the Pro¬ 
fession. 

In phthisis its action is most marked, alleviating- the cough, 
increasing the body-weight, improving the general health of the 
patient, and retarding the pulmonic disorganisation. It is found 
most useful in convalescence from acute general disease, in 
chronic inflammations, and in the sequelae of acute specific disease. 
It is very serviceable in scrofula, chronic rheumatism, and 
chronic skin affections. When the nutritive process begins to 
flag, as in the case of old people, Maltine with Cod-Liver Oil pro¬ 
motes that function, and generally when the patient is feeble, and 
presents a condition of depraved nutrition, Maltine with Cod- 
Liver Oil is prescribed with advantage. 

We shall be pleased to send Specimens free of charge to 
Medical Men- 

The word “ MALTINE ” is our Registered Trade'Mark. 

In Prescribing kindly specify “ The Maltine Manufacturing Company.’^ 


THE MALTINE MANUFACTURING COMPANY, Ld., 

24 and 25, HART STREET, BLOOMSBURY, 

LOUDOK, W.C. 







0fi5ctrs of tlje ^ssoctatioit 


President. 

Professor W. T. GAIRDNER, M.D., LL.D., Professor of 
Medicine in the University of Glasgow. 

President-Elect 

C. G. WHEELHOUSE, F.R.C.S., J.P., Consulting Surgeon, 
Leeds General Infirmary. 

President of the Council. 

THOMAS BRIDGWATER, M.B., J.P., Harrow-on-the-Hill. 
Treasurer. 

CONSTANTINE HOLMAN, M.D., J.P., Reigate. 

Editor of the ‘‘ British Medical Journal^” 
ERNEST HART, Esq., 429, Strand, London, W.C. 

General Secretary^ 

FRANCIS FOWKE, Esq., 429, Strand, London, W.C. 


Readers of Addresses- 

An Address in Medicine will be delivered by J. Hughlings 
Jackson, M.D., LL.D., F.R.S., Physician to the London Hos¬ 
pital, and to the National Hospital for Paralysed and Epileptic, 
Queen Square, W.C. 

An Address in Surgery will be delivered by T. Peidgin Teale 
M.B., F.R.C.S., F.R.S., Consulting Surgeon to the Leeds 
General Infirmary, Leeds. 

An Address in Psychology will be delivered by SiR J. 
Crichton Browne, M.D., LL.D., F.R.S., Lord Chancellor’s 
Visitor in Lunacy, London. 






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£ocaI Cxccutbe Committee- 


Mr. C. G. Wheelhouse, President- 
Elect. 

Mr. Wm. Hall, Hon. Treasurer. 
]\Ir. Edward Atkinson. 

Dr. A. G. Barrs. 

Dr. James Braithwaite. 

Mr. J. B. Carter. 

Dr. T. Churton. 

Mr. H. W. Coleman. 

Mr. E. 0. Croft. 

Dr. J. E. Eddison. 

Dr. Fred. Hall. 

Dr. E. H. Jacob. 


Mr. T. R. Jessop. 

Mr. J. S. Loe. 

Mr. A. F. McGill. 

Mr. J. A. Nunneley. 

Mr. C. Richardson. 

Mr. A. W. Mayo Robson 
Mr. T. Scattergood. 

Mr. H. A. Smith. 

Mr. T. Pridgin Teale. 

Mr. Chas. J. Wright, 
Dr.C. M. Chadwick, 

Mr. Herbert Rowe, 


Hon. Local 
Secretaries. 


SUB-COMMITTEES. 


Ex-officio members oj all Sub-Committees. 


Mr. C. G. Wheelhouse, President- 
Elect. 

Mr. Wm. Hall, Hon, Treasurer. 


Mr. Chas J. Wright, 
Dr. C. M. Chadwick, 
Mr. Herbert Rowe, 


Hon. Local 
Secretaries. 


RECEPTION SUB COMMITTEE. 


Dr. J. E. Eddison, Chairman. 

Mr. A. W. Mayo Robson, Sec¬ 
retary. 

Dr. T. Wardrop Griffith. 


Mr. Edwin Roberts 
Mr. T. Scattergood. 
Mr. T. Pridgin Teale. 


PRINTING AND PUBLISHING SUB-COMMITTEE. 

The Honorahy Local Secretaries. 

MUSEUM SUB-COMMITTEE. 

Dr. T. Churton, Chairman. 

Dr. E. H. Jacob, Secretary. 

Section A.—Food and Drugs, in charge of Dr. J. B. Hellier and Mr. 
C. V. Newstead. 

Section B.—Pathology, in charge of Dr. J. Dobson and Dr. E. H. Jacob. 
Section C.—Anatomy and Physiology, in charge of Dr. de Burgh Birch 
and Dr. T. Wardrop Griffith. 

Section D.—Instruments and Books, in charge of Mr. W. H. Brown 
and Mr. Frank H. Mayo. 

Section E.—Sanitary and Ambulance Appliances, in charge of Mr. R. N. 
Hartley and Mr. J. S. Loe 









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LOCAL ENTERTAINMENT SUB-COMMITTEE. 


Mr. John A. Nunneley, Chairman. 
Mr. H. Archbold Smith, Secre¬ 
tary. 

Mr. A. T. Bacon. 

Dr. James Braithwaite. 


Mr. W. H. Brown. 

Mr. H. W. Coleman. 
Mr. W. Be van Lewis. 
Mr. Edmund Robinson. 


EXCURSIONS SUB-COMMITTEE. 


Mr. C. Richardson, Chairman. 
Dr. C. M. Chadwick, Secretary. 
Mr. H. W. Coleman. 


Dr. Fred. Hall. 
Mr. J. G. Nevitt. 


DINNER AND LUNCHEONS SUB-COMMITTEE. 


Mr. T. R. Jessop, Chairman. Mr. J. B. Carter. 

Mr. Herbert Rowe, Secretary. Mr. A. F. McGill. 

Dr. A. G. Barrs. 


SOIREE SUB-COMMITTEE. 


Mr. Edward Atkinson, Chairman. 
Dr. A. G. Barrs, Secretary. 

Dr. de Burgh Birch. 

Dr. J. E. Eddison. 


Mr. H. Bendelack Hewctson. 
Mr. F. Holmes. 

Mr. J. S. Loe. 

Mr. Edward Ward. 


GENERAL PURPOSES, HOTELS, LODGINGS, ETC., 
SUB-COMMITTEE. 

Mr. Chas. J. Wright, Chairman. 1 Mr. J. B. Hargreaves. 

Mr. E. O. Croft, Secretary. Mr. J. J. Pickles. 

Mr. John Hallilay. 1 Mr. G. Stamp Taylor. 








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Socal ©fficers’ Babies. 


The Sectional Secretaries and Local Officers will wear Badgpis, thus;— 
Green — Secretaries of Sections, with the initial letters of their respective 
Sections—Medicine ^M.), Surgery (S.), Obstetrics, &c. (O.), Public 
Medicine (P. M.) 5 Psychology (Psy ), Pathology and Physiology 
(P. P.), Ophthalmology (Oph.), Diseases of Children (C.), Laryn¬ 
gology (L.), Otology (Ot.), Pharmacology and Therapeutics (P T.) 

IBiAJE—Secretaries of Suh-Committees — 'E.Qce\iiion (R.). Soiree (S.)> Dinner 
(D.), Hotel and Lodgings {H.L.)» Excursions (E.), Museums (M.), 
and Sections (Ma.), (Mb.)> (Me.), (Md.), (Me.) respectively. 
The Stewards to the Conversazione and Dinner, and the gentlemen 
ill charge of the various Excursions, will also wear Badges. 

_ ^Honorary Local Secretaries (Hon. Sec.) 

\Honorary Local Treasurer (T.) 







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(Scncral ^Irrangcmcnts. 


All General Meetings of the Association will be held in the Coliseum 
in Cookridge Street, and the Public Medicine Section will meet at the 
Philosophical Hall, in Park Row. With these two exceptions, the whole 
of the work of the Meeting will be done in the Mechanics’ Institute and 
adjoining School of Science. 

THE RECEPTION ROOM 

Will be found by turning to the right on entering the Mechanics’ Institute 
by the principal door in Cookridge Street. It will be open on Monday, 
August 12th, from 12 o’clock noon until 8 p.m., and during the rest of the 
Meeting from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. 

POST ANI) TELEGRAPH OFFICE. 

Telegraphic Address :—“ Congress,” Leeds. 

A special office will be open until 7 p. m. each day during the Meeting in 
the basement of the Mechanics’ Institute (down the left-hand staircase 
•opposite the principal entrance). Members are particularly requested to 
ask at the Post Office for letters and telegrams. Each morning lists will 
be posted up of the names of those for whom letters and telegrams 
received the previous day are waiting. The Letter-box is in the passage 
-outside the Post Office. 

TELEPHONE. 

On the Ground Floor, Mechanics’ Institute. Exchange, No. 600. (See Plan.) 

READING AND WRITING ROOMS 

Are provided on the First Floor of the Mechanics’ Institute, and are most 
•easily reached by the staircase near the Reception Room door. 

LUNCHEON ROOM 

In the Crypt of the Mechanics’ Institute. Luncheon will be provided at a 
oost of 2s. 6d., from 12 to 3 o’clock daily. 

SMOKING ROOM 

On the First Floor of the Mechanics’ Institute. (Staircase near Medicine 
■Section Room, Special Entrance, Vernon Street). 

NEWSPAPER STALL. 

Messrs. Goodall and Suddick will supply a Newspaper Stall, which will 
be found immediately on the right inside the principal entrance of the 
Mechanics’ Institute. London Papers will arrive at 10.10 a.m. 



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LADIES' ROOM AND CLOAK ROOM 
(With Attendant), 

On the First Floor of the Mechanics’ Institute (special entrance, Vernons 
Street). 

DRESSING ROOM. 

Arrangement for the above, from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., has been made at the 
Trevelyan Hotel, Roar Lane, at a charge of 1/- each member making use 
of it. Dressing Bags may be left in charge of the Manager. 







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"Access to Sectional Hleeting Kooms, etc. 


Ill consequence of the narrowness of the passages in the Mechanics 
Institute and School of Science, and especially of the single one which 
forms the sole means of communication between these two buildings, 
Members are particularly requested to consult the Table given below, and as 
far as possible to enter by the door, the name of which is placed opposite 
the room they wish to reach. 


SECTIONS. 


Building. 

A. Medicine .Mechanics’Institute. • 

B. Surgery.School of Science 

C. Obstetric Medicine .. .. Mechanics’Institute.. 

D. Public Medicine .. .. Philosophical Hall .. 

E. Psychology . .. .. School of Science 

P. Pathology and Physiology .. „ 

6. Ophthalmology .. .. „ 

H. Diseases of Children .. .. „ 

I. Laryngology. „ 

J. Otology.Mechanics’ Institute.. 


K. Pharmacology and Thera¬ 
peutics .School of Science 


Floor. Door. 

Ground .. Cooki-idge Street 
(Principal). 
First .. Rossingtou Street. 
First .. Cookridge Street. 

(Principal). 
In Park Row. 

Ground .. Rossington fctx'eet. 
First .. „ 

Ground .. ,, 


„ .. Cookridge Street 

(Principal). 

First .. Rossington Street. 


MUSEUM. 


A. Food and Drugs .. .. Mechanics’Institute.. 


B. Pathology . 

C. Anatomy and Physiology .. 

D. Instruments and Books 


I School of Science 
Mechanics’ Institute.. 


E. Sanitary and Ambulance 

Appliances .. ,. School of Science 


Ground Cookridge Street 

Albert Hall (Principal). 

Second .. Rossington Street. 
Ground Cookridge Street 

Albert Hall (Principal). 

Basement Rossington Street. 


GENERAL ROOMS. 


Reception. 

Reading and Writing 

Ladies’ . 

Luncheon. 

rioak . 

Post and Telegraph Office 

.. Mechanics’ Institute.. 

Ground .. 

First 

(Crypt) 

Basement 

Cookridge Street 
(Principal'. 

Vernon street. 
Cookridge street 
(Principal). 


OFFICIAL. 



Council Room 

Editor’s Room 

General Secretary’s Room 

Local Secretaries’ Room .. 

.. Mechanics’ Institute.. 

.. School of Science 
.. Mechanics’ Institute.. 

Ground .. 

Cookridge Street 
(Principal). 
Rossington Street. 
Vernon Street 

(2nd door). 













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Cfje 2lnnual 2TTuseum. 


Ix connection with the Fifty-seventh Annual Meeting of the British 
Medical Association, +he Museum and Exhibition will be held in the Albert 
Hall, and the Covered Play-ground and Chemical Laboratory of the Leeds 
School of Science (Mechanics’ Institute). 

The Museum will be arranged in the following sections :— 

Section A.—In the Albert Hall, Foods and Drugs, including Antiseptic 
dressings and other Chemical and Pharmaceutical preparations. Honorary 
Secretaries, Dr. J, Hellier, 1, De Grey Terrace, Leeds; Mr. C. V. Newstead, 
40, Headingley Lane, Leeds.) 

SscTiON B.—In the Chemical Laboratory, Pathology, comprising casts, 
.models, diagrams, apparatus, microscopical and spirit preparations, etc. 
Honorary Secretaries, Dr. J. Dobson, 27, Burley Lawn, Leeds; Dr. E. H. 
Jacob, 12, Park Street, Leeds. 

Section C.—In the Chemical Laboratory, Anatoliy and Physiology, 
<3omprising special dissections, methods of preparation, drawings, models, 
microscopes, microtomes, and microscopic preparations. Honorary Secre¬ 
taries, Physiology, Dr. De Burgh Birch, 16, De Grey Terrace, Leeds. 
Anatomy, Dr. Wardrop Griflfith, 23, Park Square, Leeds. 

Section D.—In the Albert Hall, Instruments and Books, including 
appliances, medical, surgical, and electrical. Honorary Secretaries, Instru¬ 
ments, Mr. W. H. Brown, 19, Queen Street, Leeds. Books, Mr. F. H. 
Mayo, 49, Otley Road, Leeds. 

Section E.—In the Covered Play ground, School of Science, Sanitary 
and Ambulance Appliances. Honorary Secretaries, Sanitary, Mr. J. S. 
Loe, Grafton Street, J.eeds. Ambulance, Mr. R. N. Hartley, Blenheim 
Terrace, Leeds. 

Chairman, Museum Committee, T. Churton, M.D. 

Honorary Secretary, Ernest H. Jacob, M.D., 12, Park Street, Leeds. 

Communications on general matters connected with the Museum to be 
addressed to the Museum Secretary, Dr. Jacob, 12, Park Street, Leeds. 





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(Entertainments. 


THE ANNUAL DINNER 

Of the Association will be held in the Town Hall, on Thursday, August 
15th, at 7.30 p.m. Tickets, including wine, One Guinea; without wine, 
15s. Members are particularly requested to apply early for Tickets, and 
to choose their seats in the Reception Room. No Tickets will be sold after 
the Reception Room closes on Wednesday Evening. 

Tickets for Ladies wishing to attend the speeches may be obtained by 
members when purchasing their Dinner Tickets. 

(For late trains from Leeds see page IS.) 
CONVERSAZIONE, 

•Given by the President and Local Executive Committee in the Municipal 
Art Gallery, at 8.30 p ni., on Wednesday, August 14th. 

Invitation cards can be obtained by members in the Reception Room. 

The Guests are requested to observe the following arrangements :— 

1. Carriages to set down at the Calverley Street entrance. 

2. Admission Cards must be given up at the entrance. 

il. Cloak Room Arrangements : 

The Rate OfiS.ee, exactly opposite to the Calverley Street entrance, 
will be used as the Gentlemen’s Cloak Room. The counter will be 
divided into ten sections, each section taking 100 guests, and being in 
charge of an attendant. The sections will be marked off by placards 
announcing the number to be taken in each section. 

Each Invitation or Admission Card will be accompanied by a 
double Cloak Room Ticket; and, on arriving, the guest will go to 
the section of the Cloak Room containing his number ; e g. , the Cloak 
Room Ticket No. 407 will go to section 401-500 inclusive. One half 
of the ticket is to be retained ])y the guest, the other half to be 
given up with coats, &c. 

The same arrangements will be made in the Ladies’ Cloak Room. 

4. The President will receive the guests in the Stair-case Hall. 

5. Refreshments will be served in the North Room. 

6. The Entertainment by Mr. and Mrs. Upton and Mr. Laurence Kellie 

will be given in the Reading Room. 

CARRIAGE REGULATIONS. 

SETTING DOWN. 

Carriages will proceed by way of Park Lane to the Calverley Street 
entrance of the Municipal Buildings, and set down with horses’ heads to 
Great George Street, and will leave by Great George Street. 



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TAKING UP. 

Carriages will be parked in Victoria Square and adjacent streets, 
under the directions of the Police on duty, and will take up with horses’ 
heads towards Great George Street, and move off by Great George Street. 

GARDEN PARTIES. 

Thursday, 4 to 6.80 p.m. A Garden Party will be given by Sir James. 
Kitson, Bart., at Gledhow Hall. 

Friday, 4 to 6.30 p.m. A Garden Party will be given by Mr. T. R. 
Jessop, F. R. C. S., at Roundhay Mount. 

Carriages will be provided at 3.30, in Vernon Street 
fare in both instances, 6d. for the single journey. 

The Headingley Tram-cars will also, by special arrangement, 
run through the town to Roundhay on both Thursday and 
Friday afternoons, beginning at 3.30 p.m., and then every 
15 minutes until 7 p.m. They will stop at the Mechanics’ 
Institute to take up passengers. 

4 to 6 P.M. A Garden Party will be given at the West 
Riding Asylum, Wakefield, by Mr. Be van Lewis, Medical 
Director. 

Train, 3.25 and 4.35 p m.. Great Northern Station, to West- 
gate, Wakefield. 

Saturday, 4 p.m. A Garden Party will be given by the Lord Bishop 
of Ripon and Mrs Carpenter, at the Palace, Ripon. This 
Garden Party is included in the programme of Excursion No. 
5, but the invitation is extended to all Members of the 
Association. 


AFTERNOON RECEPTIONS. 

Wednesday, 4..30 to 6.30 p.m. An Afternoon Reception will be given at 
the Yorkshire College, by The Most Hon. the Marquis of Ripon 
(President), Council, and Senate of the College. 

4 to 6.30. An Afternoon Reception, at the Carlton Barracks, 
will be given by Colonel Wilson and OfiB,cers of the 3rd 
Volunteer Battalion of the West Yorkshire Regiment to 
members who are or have been connected with any of the 
military services. 

Invitation Cards for the Garden Parties and Receptions can be 
obtained by members in the Reception Room. 


RECEPTION AND BALL. 

Friday, 8 p.m. The Mayor and Mayoress of Leeds (Alderman and 
Mrs. Ward) will give a Reception, followed by a Ball, in the 
Town Hall in honour of the Association. 

Members can obtain Invitation Cards in the Reception Room. 
No Cards will be issued after Ihursday. 










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SHORT EXCURSIONS. 

MORNING DRIVES AND VISITS TO MANUFACTORIES, 
ETC. 


In order to facilitate the necessary arrangements for 
conveyance, members are particularly requested to 
enter their names in the Reception Room for the 
above as early as possible. 

Tickets must be obtained not later than the day 
previous to visit. 

Fares for circular visits to manufactories will be 
1/6, to be paid on taking ticket. 

Members are requested, when visiting manufac¬ 
tories, to take their Association Tickets, as in some 
instances they will be required for presentation. 


Wednesday- 

9.30 A.M.—Drive to Adel Church and Kirkstall Abbey. 

Conducted by the Vicar of Adel and Professor 
Ransome (Professor of Modern History at the 
Yorkshire College). Number unlimited. Fare 2/-, 
to be paid on taking ticket. 

No 1 Circular Visit (Number limited to 25). 

10 A.M. — 12-30 p.M.—V isit to Messrs. Barran’s, Manufacturing 
Clothiers, Park Square and Woodhouse Square. 

Messrs. Cliff and Co.’s Works, Wortley 
(Pottery Works). 

Messrs. Pawson and Sons’ Works, Wortley, 
Cloth Manufacturers. (Luncheon provided.) 

No. 2 Circular Visit (Number unlimited). 

10.30 A.M.— 12.30 p M.—Visit to Messrs. Fairbairn’s, Wellington Bridge. 
Flax, Machine, and Tool Makers. 

Messrs. Paul and Co., The “ Oak ” Tannery, 
Kirkstall Road. 

Messrs. McCorquodale and Co., Basinghall 
Street, Printers and Lithographers. 

No. 3 Circular Visit (Number limited to 125). 

10 A.M.—2 p.M.—M essrs. Greenwood and Batley, Makers of 
Torpedoes, Ammunition, and Heavy Tools, Armley 
Road. (Luncheon provided for 100.) 

Messrs. Eyres and Co., Woollen Manufacturers, 
Armley. (Luncheon provided for 25.) 






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2.30—3 30 P.M. —Organ Recital at Armley Church. 

3.30 P.M. —Afternoon Tea at Dr. Coleman’s, Armley. 

Excuesio]^ to Boroughbridge and Aldboroggh (the ancient city' 
of Isurium). 

A party not exceeding 25 in number will leave Leeds, North Eastern 
Station, by the 11 a m. train for Boroughbridge. Conducted by Mr.. 
A. D. H. Leadman, F.S.A. 

Luncheon will be provided by Mr. Lawson, Aid borough Manor. 


Thursday, 

9.30 A.M.—Drive to Temple Newsam (the seat of the 
Hon. Mrs. Meynell Ingram), and Roundhav Park. 
Conducted by Mr. C. Richardson. Number Un¬ 
limited. Fare 46, to be paid on taking ticket. 

No. 1 Visit (Number unlimited). 

10—11 A.M.—Visit to the Farxley Iron Works. (Train 10.15 
a.m. L. & N. W. Railway to Wortley; return 11.5S 
a.m.) 

No. 2 Circular Visit (Number unlimited). 

10— 12 A.M,—Visit to Messrs. Arthur and Co., Park Square, 
Manufacturing Clothiers. 

Messrs. J. Tetley and Sons’ Brewery. 

No. 3 Visit (Number limited to 100). 

10 A.M —2 P.M. —Visit to Leeds Forge Co.’s Works. (Corrugated 
Boiler Flues, Fox’s Tyres, Extensive Water Gas 
Plant, &c.) (Luncheon provided,) 

No. 4 Circular Visit (Number limited to 40). 

10 —12 A.M. —Visit to Messrs. Crawford’s Mills, East Street. 
Woollen Manufacturers. 

Messrs. Elliott Hinchcliffe and Co.’s Mills. 
Woollen Manufacturers. 

Messrs. Taylor’s “Clarence” Ironworks. 
(Luncheon provided.) 

No. 5 Circular Visit (Number unlimited). 

10 am.—2 p.m.—Visit to Mr. Alf Cooke’s Colour Printing 
W ORKS. 

Messrs. Tannett and Walker’s Ironworks. 
Messrs. Fowler and Co.’s Steam Plough Works. 


Visit to Menston Asylum. Train, Midland Kailway Station, 1.15 
p.m., to Guiseley. Return train, 3.24 or 6.24 p.m. from Guiseley. 





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Friday- 

9.30 A.M.— Drive to Harewood and Harewood House (the 
Seat of the Earl of Harewood). Conducted by Mr, 
P. A. Steedman, of Harewood, who invites the 
party to luncheon. Fare 2/-, to be paid on taking 
ticket. Number limited to 25. 

No. I Circular Visit (Number limited to 50). 

10— 12 A.M. — Visit to Messrs. Buckley’s Works, Greek Street. 
Manufacturing Clothiers. 

The Burmantofts Pottery Company’s V orks. 
Makers of the “ Burmantofts Faience.” 

Messrs. Lawson & Co.’s Foundry. (Refresh¬ 
ments provided.) 

No. 2 Visit (Number unlimited). 

11a.m.—2 p.m.—Visit to Messrs. Nichol’s Tannery. (Kirkstall 
Abbey also can be visited at same time.) 

No. 3 Circular Visit (Number unlimited). 

10 a.m. — 2 p.m.—Visit to the Monk Bridge Ironworks. (Manu¬ 
facture of Steel, &c.) 

Messrs. Nichols & Beckworth, The “Joppa’ 
Tannery. 

No. 4 Circular Visit (Number limited to 20). 

10 A.M.—2 P.M.— Visit TO Messrs. Manning & Wardle’s Engine 
Works, Hunslet. Luncheon provided. 

Messrs. Kitson’s Airedale Foundry. Loco¬ 
motive makers. 

No. 5 Visit (Number unlimited). 

12 a.m.—2 p.M.— Visit to Telephone Company’s Switch Room, 
Central Exchange, Park Row. Or on any other 
day at the same on presentation of member’s card. 


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(Smcral anb Special 2Tleetings. 


1. On Tuesday Evening, at 8.30, the President’s Address. Coliseum. 

2. On Wednesday, at 3 p.m., the Address in Medicine by J. Hughlings 

Jackson, M.D., L.C.-D.,F.E, S. Coliseum. Presentation of Stewart 
Prize to Dr. E. Klein, F.R.S. 

S. On Thursday, at 3 p.m., the Address in Surgery by T. Pridgin Teale, 
M.A., F.R.S., F.R.C.S. Coliseum. 

4. On Friday, at 3 p.m., the Address in Psychology by Sir James 
(hichton Browne, M.D., F.R.S. Coliseum. 


EXHIBITION OF SURGICAL CASES. 

On Wednesday, August 14th, from 4 to 5.30 pm., in the Central Hall of 
the Infirmary. 

The following IMeetings, by permission of the Council, will be held 
during the Annual Meeting :— 

THE MEDICAL SICKNESS, ANNUITY, AND LIFE ASSURANCE 
SOCIETY. 

A Meeting will be held in the Philosophical Hall, on Wednesday, August 
14th, at 2 o’clock p.m. 


IRISH MEDICAL SCHOOLS’ AND GRADUATES’ ASSOCIATION. 

The Summer Meeting will be held at 4.15 o’clock p.m. on Wednesday, 14th 
August, in the Philosophical Hall. 

ANATOMICAL SOCIETY. 

The Summer Meeting will be held in the Theatre of the Medical School, 
on Thursday, 15th August, at 4.30 p.m. 

NEW SYDENHAM SOCIETY. 

The Annual Meeting of this Society will be held in the Middle Division 
Room, Mechanics’ Institute, on Friday, August 16th, at 9.30 a.m. 
(Special Entrance, Vernon Street.) 


BATHS. 

By the kind permission of the Directors, the Baths of the Oriental Bath 
Company, in Cookridge Street, will be open to Members during the week of 
the ineeting['on’presentation of their cards of Membership, at the foUowing 
reduced rates':— 

First-class Turkish Bath . Is. 6d. 

,, Warm Bath. Os. 6d. 

,, Swimming Bath . Os. 6d. 










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CLUBS OPEN TO MEMBERS OF THE ASSOCIATION. 


The Conservative Club, South Parade. On presentation of a card of a 
Member of the Club to be obtained in the Reception Room. 

The Liberal Club, Park Row. On presentation of their Association 
Ticket. 

The Royal Exchange Reading Room, Boar Lane, near the Queen’s 
Hotel, is open to Members of the Association during the Meeting. 


RESTAURANTS. 
Powolny’s, Bond Street. 

Wood’s, Commercial Street. 

The Queen’s, Bishopgate Street. 
The Grand, Boar Lane. 

The Criterion, New Briggate. 


GRAND THEATRE. 

During the week, Mr. Arthur Roberts, with his Burlesque Company. 
Tickets may be obtained at Messrs. Ramsden’s, Park Row, and at the 
Theatre. 


ARRANGEMENTS FOR LADIES. 


A Ladies’ Room and Cloak-room, with attendant, is provided in the 
Mechanics’ Institute (special entrance—Vernon Street). Afternoon Tea 
will be provided each day in this room for Ladies and Members accom¬ 
panying them from 3.30 to 4.30 p.m. Ladies are invited to attend :— 

Tuesday, 4 p.m.— Service in the Parish Church, Sermon by the Bishop of 

Ripon. 

Wednesday, 4.30 to 6.30 p.m.— Reception at the Yorkshire College by 
the President, Council and Senate of the College. 

4 to 6.30 P.M.— Reception given by Colonel Wilson and the 
Officers, 3rd Vol. Batt. West Yorkshire Regiment, to Members 
in the Services at the Carlton Barracks. 

8.30 P.M. —Conversazione by the President of the Associa¬ 
tion and the Local Executive Committee in the Art Gallery 
and Municipal Buildings. 

Thursday, 4 to 6.30 p.m. —Garden Party at Gledhow Hall, given by Sir 
James Kitson, Bart. 

9 P.M.— The Speeches after the Annual Dinner in the Town 
Hall. Light Refreshments and seats on the orchestra will be 
provided. Tickets for Ladies may be obtained by Members 
when purchasing their Dinner tickets. 

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Friday, 4 to 6.30 p.m. —Garden Party at Roundhay Mount, given by 
T. R. Jessop, F.R.C.S.Eng. 

4 to 6 P.M.— Garden Party at the West Riding Asylum, 
Wakefield. 

8 P.M.— Reception and Ball by the Mayor of Leeds, in the 
Town Hall. 

Saturday, Excursions (see page 20). 

4 P.M.— Garden Party, given by the Lord Bishop of Ripon 
and Mrs. Carpenter, at The Palace, Ripon. 

Daily. —Short Excursions to places of interest in the neighbourhood, 
manufactories, etc. (see page 13). 

The Baths of the Oriental Bath Company are, by kind permission 
of the Directors, open to Ladies presenting a card to be 
obtained in the Ladies’ Room, at the following reduced 
rates : — 

First-class Turkish Bath, open 10 a,ni. to 4 p.tn., Is. 

First-class Swimming Bath, on Thursday, 9.30 a.m. to 3 p.m., 6d, 


RAILWAY ARRANGEMENTS. 


Members of tlie Association, on application at the booking office at 
Leeds, and on production of their cards of Membership, can have issued to 
them return tickets at single fares, available from Leeds to any station 
within a radius of fifty miles. The same facilities will be afforded to ladies 
accompanying Members. Periodical tickets (first class) to Harrogate or 
Ilkley, available for seven days, will be issued to Members of the 
Association at a charge of 10s., each on production of the voucher above 
named. These facilities will apply strictly to Leeds, and there will be 
no redaction in the fares charged to the Members of the Association on, 
their journey to Leeds for the Meeting. 


LATE TRAINS FROM LEEDS. 

CentPwVl Station :— 

G.N. 10-0 P.M. Ardsley, Wakefield, Doncaster, Bawtry, Retford, &c. 
G.N. 10-0 P.M. (Tuesday only.) Ossett, Dewsbury, Batley. 

G. N. 10-5 P. M. Armley, Bramley, Stamiingley, Bradford. 

G.N. 10-10 P.M. (Not on Tuesday.) Ardsley, Stanley, Methley, 
Castleford. 

G.N. 10-35 P.M. Lowmoor and Halifax. 

L. & Y. 10-45 P.M. Lowmoor and Halifax. 

G.N. 10.40 p.m. Armley, Bramley, Stanningley, Bradford. 

G.N. 10-50 P.M. (Tuesday only.) Ardsley, Stanley, Methley 
Castleford. 

^ G.N. 11-20 P.M. Ardsley, Wakefield, Doncaster. 






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Midland Station : — 

10-0 p.M. Norraanton, Sheffield, Chesterfield, Derby. &c. 

10-10 p.M. Bradford (express). 

10 23 P.M. Armley, Kirkstall, Newlay, Calverley, Apperley, Shipley 
Bradford, Bingley, Keighley. 

10-45 p.M. Shipley, Bradford, Bingley, Keighley, Skipton. 

10-45 p.M. Shipley, Guiseley, Menston, Burley, Ilkley. 

10- 50 P.M. Woodlesford, Methley, Normanton. 

11- 15 P.M. Bradford (express). 

11-18 P.M. Armley, Kirkstall, Newlay, Calverley, Shipley, Brad¬ 
ford. 

11-38 P.M. Normanton, Sheffield, Derby. 

New Station:— 


L. &N. W. 9-30 p.M. Dewsbury Huddersfield, Mad Chester. 
N.E. 10-55 p.M. Cross Gates, Garforth, Selby, Hull. 

L. &N. W. 11-0 p.M. Morley, Batley, Dewsbury, Huddersfield. 
N.E. 11-5 p.M Horsforth, Arthington, Harrogate. 

N.E. 11-10 P.M. York (express). 

N.E. 2-14. A.M. York, Scarbro’, Whitby, &c. 


CAB FARES. 

By Distance. —For any number of persons not exceeding five, for the 
first mile, one shilling : for every additional quarter of a mile, threepence. 

By Time.—F or any number of persons not exceeding five, for the first 
quarter of an hour, one shilling; for every succeeding quarter of an hour, 
sixpence. 

Disengaged Cabs will stand in Rossington Street, along the south side of 
the Mechanics’ Institute. 


TRAM CARS. 

The Tramway Terminus is in Boar Lane, at its Junction with Briggate. 
Cars run as follows :— 

CHAPELTOWN. 

Leaves (the Queen’s Arms) Chapeltown for Briggate at 7.55 a.m., and 
every 15 minutes till 9.55 p.m. Extra on Saturdays till 10.25 p.m. 

Leaves Briggate for Chapeltown (the Queen’s Arms) at 8.30 a.m., and 
every 15 minutes till 10.30 p.m. Extra on Saturdays till 11.0 p.m 

Note.— The 10.15 and 10.30 p.m. Cars from Briggate on Weekdays, and 
the 10.45 and 11.0 p.m. on Saturdays, run to Mexbro’ Arms only. 

Leaves Reginald Terrace, Chapeltown Road, for Briggate at 8.7^ a. m , 
and every 7^ minutes till 7.22J p.m., then every 15 minutes till 10.7^ p.m. 
Saturdays every 7^ minutes till 10.37^ p-m. 




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Leaves Briggate for Reginald Terrace (Chapeltown Road) at 8.30 a.m., 
and every 7^ minutes till 7.45 p.m., then every 15 minutes till 10.30 p,m. 
Saturdays every 7? minutes till 11.0 p.m. 

Note.— Extra Cars leave the Chapeltown Tram Yard on Weekdays at 
7.40, 8.7^. 8.22|, and 8.37^ a.m. 

HEADINGLEY. 

Leaves Three Horse Shoes, Headiugley, at 7.424 a.m., and every 10 
minutes till 7.224 p.m., then every 15 minutes till 9.524 p.m. Saturdays 
every 10 minutes all day till 10.224 p.m. 

Leaves Boar Lane for Three Horse Shoes at 8.20 a.m., and every 10 
minutes till 8.0 p.m., then ever/ 15 minutes till 10.30 pm. Saturdays 
every 10 minutes all day till 11.0 p.m. 

KIRKSTALL, 

Leaves Boar Lane for Kirkstall at 8.3) a,m., and every 10 minutes until 
8.30 p.m., then every 15 minutes until 10.30 p.m. Saturdays every 10 
minutes all day until 11.0 p.m. 

Leaves Kirkstall for Boar Lane at 8.5 a.m., and every 10 minutes until 
7.55 p.m., then every 15 minutes until 9.55 p.m. Saturdays every 10 
minutes all day until 10.25 p.m. 

Cars run to and from Meanwood Road, Upper Wortley, an.l York 
Road about every 10 minutes. 


OMNIBUSES. 

The Omnibus Terminus is in Briggate, between Commercial Street and 
Boar Lane, from whence ’Busses run at short intervals to all parts of the 
Borough. 







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€)i:cursions. 


No. I. 

THE SCARBOROUGH EXCURSION, 

Saturday, Aug. Ylth; Monday, Aug. \^lk. 

Arranged by the Profession in Scarborough. 

Saturday, August VIth. 

LEEDS, N.E.R. STATION. 

Train (Special) ... .. ... leave 9.10 a.m. 

York.arrive 9.50 ,, 

York ... ... ... ... ... leave 10.2 ,, 

Scarbro’ .arrive 11.30 ,, 

Luncheon (by invitation) given by Members of the Profession of Scar¬ 
borough and neighbourhood, at the Royal Hotel at 1 p.m. 

Carriages will start from Royal Hotel at 3.15 p.m.,for excursions to the 
town and neighbourhood. 

Yachts will start from the Pier at 3.30 p.m., for trips to sea. 

A Garden-Party at St. Nicholas House, given by Mr. J. W. Woodall, 
from 3.30—7.0 p m. 

Reception by His Worship the Mayor of Scarborough (Official Chair¬ 
man of the Company) and the Committee of the Clifif Bridge 
Company, will be held in the Grand Hall of the Spa at 8.30 p.m. 

During the evening the Grounds will be specially illuminated. 

Sunday, August 18iA. 

A Special Service at the Parish Church (St. Mary’s). (Preacher : The 
Yen. Archdeacon l^lunt, D.D.), at 10.30 a.m. 

A Concert of Sacred Music will be given in the Spa Grounds, from 3.0 
—4.30 p.m. 

Mr. G. Alderson Smith will be “At Home,” at Wheatcroft Clifif, from 
4.0—6.30 p.m. 

Monday, August \^th. 

A Deep Sea Trawling expedition will probably be arranged. 

Through the kindness of Mr. Morgan, members and their wives will be 
admitted free to the Aquarium on Saturday, Sunday, and Monday 
{August 11 th, \%th, and \^th) ; also to the Concert of Sacred Music 
on Sunday evening at 8 p.m. 

Dr. Calantarients invites members and their wives to visit his Glaciar- 
ium at the Londesborough Rooms. 

Arrangements have been made at the Grand and Royal Hotels for the 
reception of visitors, where meals will be served at the customary 
Hotel hours. » 

N.B.—All Excursions and Entertainments, including admittance to the 
Spa Grounds on August Vith, \^th, and up to 5 p.m. \Wi, are free 
to Members and Ladies accompanying them on production of this 
Ticket. 




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No. 2. 

THE ILKLEY AND BOLTON ABBEY EXCURSION, 

Saturday, Aiiyust 11 th. 

Arranged by the Profession in Bradford and Ilkley. 


LEEDS: MIDLAND STATION. 
Train. 


Leeds ... . 

depart 

9.35 a.m. 

Guiseley (to take up members) 

arrive 

10.12 „ 

Ilkley (to take up members) ... 

arrive 

10.34 „ 

Bolton Abbey Station. 

arrive 

10.49 ,, 

WAGONETTES. 


Bolton Abbey Station. 

depart 

11.0 a.m. 

Bolton Woods and Strid 

arrive 

11.40 „ 

Bolton "Woods and Strid 

depart 

12.40 p.m. 

Bolton Abbey 

arrive 

12.55 ,, 

Bolton Abbey 

depart 

1.30 ,, 

Devonshire Arms Hotel 

arrive 

1.45 ,, 

LUNCHEON. 



"Walk to Bolton Abbey Station 

depart 

2.47 p.m. 

Ilkley . 

arrive 

3.5 ,, 

or Ben Rhydding . 

arrive 

3.8 „ 


Until 5.30 members can visit any of the Hydropathic Establishments, 
such as Ilkley Wells House, Ben Rhydding, Oaiglands, Troutbeck, 
&c , or visit the Old "White Wells, the Semon Convalescent Home, 
Panorama Rocks, Cow and Calf, the Ilkley Wells Hospital, the old 
Parish Church (with the Stone Crosses), or pass over the river 
towards Middleton Moor, &c. 


DINNER. 

Dinner will be served in the Winter Garden of Ilkley Wells House, at 
5.30 precisely. 

After Dinner, ample time will be afforded for a leisurely walk down to 
the Ilkley Station, from which the train back to Leed.s will start at 
8.35 p.m. 


Leeds . ... ... arrive 9.25 p.m. 

Directions for Entertainers from Bradford, Ilkley, tt-c.;— 

Bradford: Midland Station ... ... at 9.48 a.m. 

Manningham ... ... ... ... ,, 9.52 ,, 

Shipley. ,, 9.58 ,, 


Reaching and joining guests at 
Guiseley .. ... ... ... arrive 

Guiseley. depart 

Burley ... ... . arrive 

Ilkley . arrive 


10.12 a.m. 
10.16 ,, 
10.24 ,, 
10.34 „ 


The Bradford members vdll leav^e Ilkley by the same train, 8.35 p.m., 
which leaves for Leeds, being detached from the Leeds portion at 
Guiseley. 





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No. 3. 

THE YORK, HELMSLEY, and RIEVAULX ABBEY 
EXCURSION, 


Saturday, August VJth. 


LEEDS, N.E.R. STATION. 

Leeds (special) . depart 9.10 a.m. 

York . ... ... ... ... arrive 9.50 a.in. 

The party will here be met by the Committee of the Medical Profession 
at York, by w’hom all arrangements have been made for the con¬ 
venience of the visitors in York. 

10.0 a.m. Received by Canon Raine, who will conduct the party round 
the Museum and Grounds of the Yorkshire Philosophical Society, 
St. Mary’s Abbey, Roman and other antiquities. 

10.45 a.m. Mr. Buckle, Superintendent of the Wilberforce School for 
the Blind, which occupies the Ancient Royal Palace of the Stuarts, 
will point out matters of interest in that building. 

11.30 a m. The Minster will be visited. Canon Raine having kindly 
consented (in the unavoidable absence of the Dean of York) to act 
as cicerone. 

12.30 p.m. The party will proceed to the INlansion House, where they 
will be received by the Lord Mayor. The ancient plate, &c.. will 
be inspected. The Guildhall wdll afterwards be visited. 

LUNCHEON. 

At the North Eastern Railway Station Hotel, by invitation of the 
Members of the Medical Profession in York, 10 p.m. 

TRAIN. 

York.depart 2.25 p.m. 

Helmsley Station . arrive 3.30 ,, 

CARRIAGES. 

“ The Black vSwan ” Hotel, arrive 3.40 p.m. 

TEA. 


Drive through Duncombe Park to Rievaulx Terrace, overlooking 
Rievaulx Abbey and village, arrive 4.30 p.m. 

Inspect paintings, walk on Terrace and see Rievaulx Abbey (4.30— 

5.30 p.m.). 

Re-enter carriages, 5.30 p m. 

Visit and inspect ruins of Helmsley Castle, built a.d. 1200, 5.50 p.m. 
Leave by carriage, 6.10 p.m. 

Helmsley, 6.30 p.m. 

DINNER 


Will be served at “ The Black Swan.” 


Helmsley Station,. depart 8.15 p.m. 

York. . arrive 9.15 ,, 


TRAINS LEAVE YORK FOR 


{ Leeds . 

I Midland and L. & N.W. 

■{ G.N.Ry. and King’s Cross 

I The North . 

I Scarborough . 

N.B.—Excursions and entertainments 
on production of this Ticket. 


... depart 9.35 p.m. 

9.28 „ 

9.37 ,, 

„ 10.26 ,, 

,, 10.30 ,, 

are free to Members and Ladies 


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No. 4. 

THE HARROGATE EXCURSION, 

Saturday, August Ylth. 

Arranged by the Profession in Harrogate. 

LEEDS, N.E.R. STATION. 

Leeds (Special) . depart 9.0 a.m. 

Pannal... ... ... ... ... arrive 9.15 ,, 4 

The party will here be met by members of the Profession of Harrogate, j 
who will conduct the excursion. ] 

FOUR-HORSE DRAGS. < 

Plumpton Rocks . arrive 10.0 a.m. ; 

Plumpton Rocks ... ... ... depart 10.30 ,, ^ 

Knaresboro’.arrive 11.0 ,, 

LIGHT REFRESHMENTS. 

The party will here visit the Castle, Dropping Well, Robin Hood’s and 
Eugene Aram’s Cave. , 

Knaresboro’.depart 12.30 p.m. 

Drive by Scriven and Scotten to 

Ripley Castle . arrive 1.15 ,, 

Ripley Castle . depart 1.45 ,, 

Harrogate ... ... ... ... arrive 

LUNCHEON : 

Will be served in the New Bath Hospital lately opened by H.R.H. : 
Prince Albert Victor, at 2.30 p.m. I 

After Lunch the party will be shown the Wells. Drives in the neigh* ^ 
bourhood will be organized. Entertainments will be provided, and 
in the evening the houses of the various Medical men of Harrogate 
will be thrown open for the reception of visitors. 

TRAIN. 

Harrogate (Special) ... ... depart 8.50 p.m. 

Leeds .arrive 9.30 „ 

N.B. —Excursions and entertainments are free to Members and Ladies i 

on production of this Ticket. j 

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No. 5. 

THE PATELEY BRIDGE, BRIMIIAM ROOKS, FOUN¬ 
TAINS ABBEY, STUDLEY ROYAL, AND RIPON 
EXCURSION, 

Saturday, A^igust YJth. 

LEEDS : N.E.R. STATION. 

Leeds (Special) ... ... ... depart 9.0 a.m. 

Pannal . arrive 9.15 ,, 

(The Harrogate party will here leave the train.) 

Pateley Bridge. arrive 10.10 ,, 

WAGONETTES. 

Walk up Ravens Gill and Guys Cliff. 

LUNCHEON 

Provided by Mr. George Metcalfe, at Castlestead, 12.0 noon. 

WAGONETTES. 


(yastlestead ... . 

depart 

12.50 p in. 

Brimham Rocks. 

arrive 

1.35 ,, 

Brimhara Rocks... 

depart 

2.15 „ 

Fountains Hall ... . 

arrive 

3.15 ,, 

Fountains Abbey and Grounds. 




TEA 

Provided in the Abbey Grounds, by the Most Honourable the Marquess 
of Ripon, K.G., 3.45 p.m. 

AValk through the Grounds to meet Wagonettes. 

WAGONETTES. 

Canal Gates . depart 4.30 p.m. 

Ripon ... ... ... ... arrive 5.0 ,, 

Visit Cathedral. 

Lavatory accommodation will be provided at the Unicorn Hotel. 
WAGONETTES. 

Ripon (Unicorn Hotel). depart 5.30 p.m. 

Palace ... ... ... .. arrive 6.0 ,, 

The party will be received by the Lord Bishop of Ripon and Mrs. Boyd 
Carpenter. 

REFRESHMENTS. 

Palace . depart 7.45 p.m. 

Ripon Station ... ... ... depart 8.25 ,, 

Harrogate. depart 8.50 ,, 

(The Harrogate party will rejoin train.) 

Leeds ... ... ... ... arrive 9.30 ,, 

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No. 6. 

THE WASHBURN VALLEY and FARNLEY 
EXCURSION, 

Saturday, August Vith. 

The whole of the Excursion will be by carriage. 

Mechanics’ Institute. depart 9.0 a.m 

Adel Church. ... arrive 9.40 ,, 

The party will be received by the Rector, who will kindly show the 
principal features of this almost unique specimen of Norman 
Architecture. 

Adel Church . depart 10.0 a.m. 

Drive to Pool Bridge and Leathley Village to Bindley Wood Reservoir, 
arrive 11.30 a.m. 

Torpedo experiments will be shown by Messrs. Greenwood and Batley. 

Bindley Wood Reservoir ... ... depart 12.30 p.m. 

Swinsty Reservoir ... ... arrive 1.15 ,, 


BUNCHEON. 

Provided by Mr. Alderman Woodhouse, Chairman of the Beeds Water¬ 
works Committee. 


Swinsty Reservoir ... 

Fewston ... . 

depart 2.15 p.m. 
arrive 3.0 ,, 

Inspect sinking Village Reservoir, &c. 


Drive over Snowdon Moors by Asquith and Weston. 

Farnley Hall ... . 

. arrive 4.0 p.m. 

The seat of Ayscough Fawkes, Esq. The well known collection 
J. M. W. Turner’s Pictures will be inspected, 

TEA. 


Farnley Hall. 

“ White Horse,” Otley 

depart 6.0 p.m. 
arrive 6.30 ,, 

DINNER. 


“ White Horse,” Otley 

Beeds . 

depart 8.0 p.m. 
arrive 9.30 ,, 




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No. 7. 

THE MALHAM COVE, GORDALE SCAR, and SETTLE 
EXCURSION, 

Saturday, August VJth. 

LEEDS, MIDLAND STATION. 

Leeds... ... ... . . ... depart 8.0 a.m. 

Bell Busk ... ... ... ... arrive 9.40 ,, 

To be met by carriages. 

Kirkby Malham . arrive 10.30 ,, 

Visit old Churcb, inspect old Registers with Oliver Cromwell’s signatures, 
and other matters of interest. 

Kirkby Malham ... ... ... depart 10.45 a.m. 

Gordale Scar.arrive 11.5 ,, 

LIGHT REFRESHMENTS. 

Party will visit Janet’s Force. 

Gordale Scar . depart 12.0 noon. 

Walk to Malham Cove (1 mile). 

Malham Cove . arrive 12.30 p.m. 

Malham Cove . depart 12.50 ,, 

Carriages will here meet the party. 

Kirkby Malham ... ... ... arrive 1.0 ,, 

The party will here divide into two sections. 

(1) . Pedestrians (1 mile—700 feet ascent) with the lighter carriages to 

visit Scaleber Force and down to Settle. Magnificent views crossing 
the Moors. 

(2) . Heavier carriages drive by Otterburn aud Hellifield to Settle. 

The two parties will meet at the Ashfield Hotel, Settle, at 2.45 p.m. 

DINNER. 

After dinner two parties will be formed. 

(1) . Carriages for Stainforth . depart 4.15 p.m. 

(3 miles) 

Visit Stainforth Force ; pedestrians can climb to Catterick Force 
(I mile). 

Stainforth.depart 5.40 p m. 

(2) . Walking party—Those who prefer walking may visit Giggles wick 

School (I mile), see Celtic and Roman Remains from Victoria Cave— 
Walk to Ebbing and Flowing Well (J mile),—back to Settle and 
ascend Castleberg Rock. 

Settle Station . depart 7.23 p.m. 

Leeds.arrive 8.52 ,, 

N.B.—The Tickets for the above must be preserved, as they will be 
required for presentation during the Excursion. 



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1. The Scarborough Excursion ,.—Trains will leave the North Eastern 
Railway Station (New) at 9.10 a.m. on Saturday morning, August 17th, 
arriving at Scarborough at 11.30. At 1 p.m. a luncheon will be given 
by the Profession of Scarborough to 100 members of the Association (by 
invitation). In the afternoon excursions by sea and land will be arranged, 
steam yachts will be placed at the disposal of the visitors, and short 
excursions will be organised by carriage. A Garden Party will be given by 
Mr. J. W. Woodall, in honour of the visit of the Association, at St. 
Nicholas Cliflf. In ttie evening the grounds of the Cliff Bridge Company 
will be thrown open to the members, and especially illuminated ; here a 
reception will be held in the Grand Hall by his worship the Mayor, officiaj 
chairman of the Company, and the Committee. On Sunday a special 
service will be held in the Parish Church (St. Mary’s), preacher, the 
Venerable Archdeacon Blunt. D.D., Chaplain to the Queen. In the after¬ 
noon a concert of sacred music will be given in the Spa Grounds (3 to 4.30), 
and, later, Mr. Alderson Smith will te “at home ” at Wheatcroft Cliflf, to 
receive members of the Association and their wives ; by his kindness, also, 
it is hoped that a deep sea trawling expedition will be arranged for Monday 
morning. A fee of one guinea will be charged, which will include all the 
expenses of the excursion. Gentlemen may be accompanied by ladies on 
the same terms, namely: Saloon fare from Leeds to Scarborough, hotel 
accommodation at two of the best hotels from mid-day on Saturday, August 
17th, till mid-day on Monday, August 19th (with the exception of wine). 
The Cliflf Bridge Company will admit members free to their Grounds on the 
three days, August 17th, 18th, and 19th, after 5 p.m. All excursions and 
other entertainments are open to all members and ladies accompanying them 
on production of their tickets. The luncheon to be given on Saturday will 
be by invitation only, as it is not possible to secure a room for an unlimited 
number. Any further particulars with regard to the Scarborough Excur¬ 
sion can be obtained on application to Charles F. Hutchinson, M. D., 
Honorary Secretary, May Lodge, Scarborough. 

2 .—The niiley and Bolton Abbey Excursion .—The route of this excursion 
runs from Leeds in a north-westerly direction, leaving the Midland station 
at 9.35 A.M. ; it passes by way of Armley, Kirkstall (with a view of the old 
abbey of that name), and continues along the Airedale Valley to Apperley 
Bridge. 

After passing Kirkstall Forge, the vale opens out, showing Calverley to 
the south and on the north, giving a fine view of the slope of the hill from 
Rawdon, on which, as prominent objects, stands the Rawdon Convalescent 
Home (founded, for poor patients, by the late Sir H. W. Ripley, Bart.) 



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and the Rawdon Baptist College. These and the numerous villa residences 
of Leeds and Bradford merchants, embowered in trees, form a pleasant and 
striking landscape. Passing Apperley Bridge, the line curves temporarily 
towards the north, up a steep incline, afibrding a glimpse of the upper 
portion of the Airedale Valley, with Shipley and Bradford in the distance ; 
it then enters a wooded and tunnelled portion, curving back to the weft 
and reaching Guiseley ; here, and at Ilkley, the members of the excursion 
will be joined by their entertainers, and the train will proceed along the 
south side of the Wharfedale Valley, towards Ilkley. 

Just before the valley opens there lies, on the south side of the line, the 
New Menston Lunatic Asylum, to which the Psychological Section intends 
to pay a visit. Beyond this the line divides, one branch turning to the 
east to Otley, the other pursuing its course to Ilkley and Bolton. In the 
angle made by this division lies the burial place of the late Right Fon. 
W. E. Forster. The spot affords a view of the extent of Wharfedale, 
which, following the course of the river Wharfe from Bolton on the west, 
runs to where the North Eastern line, on its way to Harrogate, crosses the 
valley at Arthington, on the east. The dale is one of the most beautiful in 
Yorkshire, offering at certain points almost unique views, as that at Otley 
Chevin, Brimham Rocks, and the Cow and Calf. The town of Otley lies 
at the east end, on the north side of the valley, opposite the Chevin ; the 
village of Burley lies embedded in foliage in the middle of the dale, while 
Ben Rhydding and Ilkley lie on the cliff or south side of the dale, at the 
edge of Rumbold’s Moor. 

The train, proceeding, passes the Burley Station, and at this point on 
the rising ground of the north of the dale may be seen Denton Hall and 
Park, formerly the residence of the famous Fairfax, now the seat of Mr. 
Wyville, J.P. ; and, further west, Myddelton Lodge, the home of the 
Middeltons, one of the oldest Yorkshire county families. The ground now 
rises precipitously to the south, and the first object which strikes the eye is 
the splendidly situated hydropathic establishment of Ben Rhydding. 
Further to the west of it are seen the massive rocks called the Cow and 
Calf, and the Ilkley district opens out, extending almost from the edge of 
the moor for a mile or more down a gentle slope to the river Wharfe. As 
the train moves past Ilkley, a good general view will be obtained of its spa 
establishments and villa residences. The train goes on past the village of 
Addingham (with Beamsley Beacon behind) till it reaches Bolton Bridge at 
10.49 ; at this station wagonettes will be in readiness to take the party to 
the Priory and Bolton Woods. Most people have seen the beautiful print 
of “ Bolton Abbey in the Olden Time.’’ The remains of the Priory are 
charmingly situated, and form a grand adjunct to the restored church. To 
strangers the history of the structure will be freely afforded by some of the 


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gentlemen accompanying the party. From the Priory the party will be 
conveyed to Bolton Woods and the Strid in wagonettes. 

The woods and stream will afibrd their own beautiful commentary ; and 
the romantic story of the “ boy of Egremond ” checked in his spring across 
the “ Strid ” by the leashed hound, and drowned in the torrent; the des¬ 
pair of the mother, “ Alice de Romille,” and her subsequent founding of 
the Priory, can all be told on the spot. Time will not afford more than a 
distant view of “ Barden Tower,” the home of the Cliffords, and walk 
through the woods, nor can a visit to the Valley of Desolation, with its 
waterfall, be risked ; but these will scarcely be missed amid the surround¬ 
ing beauties. The wagonettes will return from the Strid about 12.40 to 
the Devonshire Hotel, where, if the day be propitious, lunch will be served 
on the lawn at 1.45 p.m. 

The train will leave Bolton Abbey Station at 2.47 p.m. on its return to 
Ilkley ; and here the rest of the day, till dinner-time, will be spent visiting 
the points of interest in its immediate precincts. Ilkley and its neigh¬ 
bouring ‘ ‘ Rombald’s Moor ” have their aboriginal and Roman history, 
with their “ Cairns,” “ Barrows,” Roman stations and roads. Monumental 
relics have been found abundantly, and one is to be seen at the back of the 
Rose and Crown Inn, and three ancient crosses in Ilkley Churchyard. The 
old Parish Church will repay a visit. All that the antiquarian will require 
to indicate the ancient history of Ilkley may be obtained from “ Lund’s 
6d. Guide.” Modern Ilkley, as a spa and health resort, as well as Ben 
Rhydding (wdiich was the first of the large hydropathic establishments in 
the neighbourhood), owes its celebrity, not to any medicinal virtue in its 
water, but to the wonderful purity and abundant supply of that water, and 
to the charming situation of the place. There is a valuable chalybeate 
spring at the side of the Moor at Heber’s Gill, past the Semon Convalescent 
Home, but this is quite apart from the main “ Ilkley water.” This Ilkley 
w’ater seems specially adapted for drinking, and for all such purposes as are 
comprised under the head of “Hydropathy;” hence the abundance of 
these establishments. All, or a choice number, of these may be visited ; 
from the original “ Old White Wells,” which everyone will observe high 
up oil the hill side, through the grand structure of Ben Rhydding (Medical 
Officer, Dr. Johnstone); the palatial Ilkley Wells (Medical Officer, Dr. 
Scott) ; the well-known “ Craiglands” (Medical Officer, Dr. H. Dobson) ; 
the Elizabethan structure, “Troutbeck;” the “Spa” establishment in 
the Grove, to Rockwood House, Marlborough House, and Stony Lea. 
Besides these there is above the Grove, on the slope of the hill, the Ilkley 
Hospital (Medical Officer, Dr. Johnstone), established in 1829 as the Ilkley 
Bath Charitable Institution. This institution has from 700 to 800 patients 
passing through it in a year ; these are recommended by subscribers ; and 
it can be said with truth that the simple treatment and capital Ilkley air 



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materially reinvigorates many of them. Another admirable institution, 
founded by the late Mr. Charles Semon, of Bradford, and bequeathed by 
him to the town of Bradford, is the Semon Convalescent Home, situated 
quite on the edge of the moor, south-west above Ilkley, and intended for 
the convalescent and weakly of the working class, clerks, and warehouse¬ 
men ; the whole charge for board and lodging is 12s. 6d. a week, the extra 
cost being furnished by the fund left by M r. C. Semon. The people can 
wander on the moor at will, and convalescents are carried up from the rail 
way by omnibus. The home is open to others beside the inhabitants of 
Bradford. There are a number of hotels at Ilkley, the principal of which 
are the Middelton, the Crescent, etc. ; but the hydropathic establishments 
also accommodate visitors even for a few days. Between the return arrival 
of the train at Ilkley and the hour at which the party will dine(5.30p.m.), 
beside the places enumerated and the general exploration of Ilkley, if the 
day is fiue, a walk to the “ Cow and Calf ” (on the way to Ben Rhydding) 
will yield a magnificent view from those rocks. Also 1| mile from the 
station south-south-west, another splendid view is obtained f»’om the 
“ Panorama rocks.” Again, the walk to Myddelton Moor, 1| north 
over the Ilkley bridge, will afford many interesting views. To any of the 
party who may prolong their stay over the excursion, the points of interest 
in the locality are many and varied, as Skipton town and castle, Keighley 
and Howarth (home of Charlotte Bronte, 14 miles), Denton Park, Otley 
and the Chevin, Farnley Hall (2| miles from Otley, full of interesting 
historical records), Burley, Harewood House, Harrogate, Ripon, and Foun¬ 
tains Abbey, etc. After dinner, time sufficient will be afforded for a 
leisurely stroll to the Ilkley station, from which the train will start on its 
return journey promptly at 8.35 p.m. for Leeds and Bradford. 

3. Yorh, Helmsley^ Rievaulx Ahhey .—The party will leave the North 
Eastern Railway Station (New) at 9.10 a.m., reaching York at 9.50, where 
they will be met by the representatives of the profession of York, who have 
hospitably undertaken to entertain the party, and to shew them the various 
objects of interest. The party will first visit the gardens of the Yorkshire 
Philosophical Society, kindly thrown open to them by the courtesy of the 
Honorary Secretary, Mr. Noble, and the Council of the Society. The 
visit will be supervised by Canon Raine. Amongst the objects of interest 
are the ruins of St. Mary’s Abbey, a portion of the old Roman walls and 
a large collection of Roman and other antiquities in the museum and 
hospitium of the Abbey. Afterwards the party v.dll proceed to the Palace 
of the Stuart Kings, in which is located the Wilberforce School for the 
Blind. Mr. Buckle, the superintendent of the school, has courteously 
undertaken to point out the features of interest connected with this 
historical building. Leaving the Stuart Palace, our visitors will proceed, 
by way of Bootham Bar, to the Minster, where Canon Raine, in the 



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unavoidable and regretted absence of tbe Dean of York, will again kindly 
undertake the duties of cicerone. After viewing the Minster, it is proposed, 
to pay a visit to the Mansion House and Guildhall, where the members and 
their friends will be received by the Lord Mayor. The ancient plate pre¬ 
served in the Mansion House and Guildhall, which is one of the finest Gothic 
halls in existence, will, it is believed, be inspected with much interest. 
Luncheon, by invitation of the profession in York, will be served at the 
Station Hotel at 1 o’clock, after which the party will be conveyed by special 
train to Helmsley. Here carriages will convey them to Rievaulx Terrace, 
whence, having seen the beautiful view, they will proceed to the Abbey, 
driving through Buncombe Park to the Home Terrace, and thence by the 
ruins of Helmsley Castle to the Black Swan for dinner. The train will leave 
Helmsley for York in time to catch the night mail from York, and the 9.35 
for Leeds. 

4. The Harrogate Excursion. —The party will proceed by special train 
from the North Eastern Railway Station (New) about 9 a.m. to Pannal, 
where they will be met by carriages. The beautiful grounds and rocks of 
Plumpton will then be visited, where light refreshment will be provided ; 
afterwards the party will drive to Knaresborough Castle, the Dripping 
Well, and the caves memorable as connected with Eugene Aram. Thence 
by Scriven and Ripley Castle to Harrogate. Here the members of the pro¬ 
fession in Harrogate will entertain the party at lunch in the New Bath 
Hospital about 2.30 P.M., afterwards carriages will be provided, so that places 
of interest may be visited. Various other entertainments will be organised, 
and in the evening the houses of the various medical men will be thrown 
open to visitors, and members can return to Leeds either by the special 
train, or by one of the numerous trains leaving Harrogate for Leeds in 
time to catch the night mails. It is expected that many will arrange to 
stay in Harrogate over the Sunday. 

5. The Brimham Bocks, Fountains Abbey, Studley Boyal, and hipon 
Excursion. —Special train will leave the North Eastern Station (New) at 
9 A.M. for Nidd Bridge, where carriages will meet the party to convey it by 
Ripley Castle up the north side of Nidderdale to the fantastic rocks at 
Brimham; thence to Castlestead, where the party will be entertained at 
luncheon by Mr. George Metcalfe. After luncheon the party will proceed 
over the moors to Fountains Abbey and Studley Royal, the grounds being 
specially laid open. Here tea, with light refreshments, svill be provided 
by the Most Hon. the Marquis of Ripon. Having viewed this, the 
finest of the Cistercian abbeys, the party will proceed to Ripon, where, 
having seen the cathedral, they will be received and entertained at the 
Palace by the Bishop of Ripon and Mrs. Boyd-Carpenter. The train wiR 
leave Ripon for Leeds at 8.25 p.m., reaching Leeds about 9.30 o’clock. 




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6. The Washburn Valley and Farnley Excursion. —The object of this 
excursion is to show the waterworks in connection with Leeds, the beauti¬ 
ful scenery of the Mid-Wharfe and Washburn Valleys, and the unique 
collection of Turner paintings at Farnley Hall. The whole journey will 
be by carriage. The party will first be conducted to Adel Church, when 
the Rector will show this most perfect specimen of Norman architecture ; 
thence past Creskeld by Arthington and Port Bridge, through the pic¬ 
turesque village of Leathley, with its old church and village stocks, through 
Bindley Wood to the Reservoir, where Messrs. Greenwood and Batley will 
show some interesting torpedo experiments. The party will then proceed 
over Norwood Edge, whence a splendid view of the whole valley can be 
obtained by Swinsty Reservoir to Fewston (the Sinking Village). Here 
lunch will be provided by the Chairman of the Iieeds Waterworks Com¬ 
mittee, Mr. Alderman Woodhouse. The party will then drive by Snowdon 
Moors to Farnley Hall, the seat of Mr. Ayscough Fawkes, who has kindly 
consented to exhibit his unrivalled collection of paintings by J. M. W. 
Turner, as well as his Cromwellian relics. Thence to Otley, where dinner 
will be served at the White Horse Hotel, the party reaching Leeds in time 
for the night mails. 

7. Malham Cove, Gordale Scar, and Settle. —The object of this excursion 
is to show the remarkable scenery produced by the Great Craven Fault in 
the Mountain Limestone, one of the grandest examples in England. A 
special train will leave the Midland station at 8 A.M., reaching Bell 
Busk about 9.40 a.m. Here carriages will be waiting to convey the party 
by Calton Hall, the birthplace of General Lambert, and Kirkby Malham, 
with its interesting church and registers, to Gordale Scar, described by 
Wordsworth as “one of the grandest objects in Nature.” The party, 
having been refreshed at a farmhouse, will divide into two, the more adven 
turous going over the cliffs to Malham Cove, where they will meet tlie 
party who have driven round. Having viewed this magnificent amphi¬ 
theatre of rocks, the party will return to Kirkby Malham, and will here 
again divide. The lighter carriages, with those who prefer a walk with an 
ascent of 700 feet, will go over Highside, where a magnificent view of both 
Airedale and Ribblesdale can be obtained; thence by Scaleber Force to 
to the Ashfield Hotel at Settle, where, being joined by the other party, 
who have driven round by Otterburn and Long Preston, dinner will be 
served. After dinner they will drive up Ribblesdale to great Stainforth 
Force, returning by Giggleswick, where may be seen the ebbing and flow¬ 
ing well, and the Royal Victoria Cave Remains in the museum at the 
school. They will then return by Settle to Leeds, which will be reached 
about 9 p.M. 

8. The Hull Excursion, most generously offered b}'- the members of the 
East York and North Lincoln Branch, has had most regretfully to be aban¬ 
doned. 


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The fee for each of the above excursions will be 10s. 6d.. except in the 
case of the Scarborough excursion, for which one guinea will be charged. 
All applications for tickets, with remittance, to be made to me. Tickets 
will be sent August 1st. 


Charles M. Chadwick, Honorary Secretary, 
Excursions Sub-committee. 


ELECTION OF MEMBERS. 


The applications of the following Candidates were received too late for the 
Supplementary List. 


( 5 ) 


Carruthers, John, M.D., F.R.C.S.E., Rockferrv. 

*J. W. PatoD, *J. M. Hunt, A. H. Wilson. 

Davis, Frederick Lionel, L.R.C.P., M.R.C.S., Leathley Lodge, Leeds. 

C. G. Wheelhouse, s'Joha Exley, *C. M. Chadwick. 

Sellers, Arthur Edward, L.R.C.P., M.R.C.S.. Ida Hospital, Cookridge, Leeds. 
*A. F. McGill, *E. Atkinson, *H. Littlewood. 

Smith, Thomas, L.R.C.P., Leathley Lodge, Leed^. 

*J. E. Eddisou, *C. M. Chadwick, *Chas. Richardson. 

Stewart, Daniel. M.D., L.R.C.S.E., Liff-by-Dundee. 

*R. Sinclair, *D. McEwan, *J. W. Miller. 


* Are Signed from personal knowledge. 





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3Sroi5ramme of 


Tuesday, Aug*ust 13th, 1889. 

9.30 A M. —Meeting of 1888-89 Council. Council Room,Meclianics’Institute. 

11.30 A.M. —First General Meeting. Report of Council. Reports of 

Committees; and other business. Coliseum. 

4 p.M. —Service in Parish Church. Sermon by the Right Rev. the 
Lord Bishop of Ripon. 

8.30 P.M. —Adjourned General Meeting from 11.30 a.m. President’s 

Address. Coliseum. 

Wednesday, August 14th, 1889. 

9.30 a.m. —Meeting of 1889-90 Council. Council Room, Mechanics’Institute. 
10 A.M. to 2 p.M.— Sectional Meetings. Mechanics’ Institute. Public 

Health. Philosophical Hall. 

3 p.m.— Second General Meeting. Address in Medicine by J.Hughltngs 
Jackson, M.D., LL.D., F.R.S. Coliseum. Presentation 
of Stewart Prize to Dr. E. Klein, F.R.S. 

, 4.30 P.M.— Surgical Demonstration, Hall of Infirmary. 

4.30 to 6 P.M. —Afternoon Reception at the Yorkshire College, by the 

President, Council, and Senate of the College. 

4 to 6.30 p.M.— Reception given by Colonel Wilson, 3rd Vol. Batt. 

^Vest York. Regt., to Members in the Services, at the 
Carlton Barracks. 

3.30 P.M. — Conversazione by the President of the Association and Local 

Executive Committee in the Art Gallery and Municipal 
Buildings. 

Thursday, August 15th, 1889. 

9.30 A.M. —Meeting of the Council. Council Room, Mechanics’ Institute. 
10 A.M. to 2 p.M.— Sectional Meetings. Mechanics’ Institute. Public 

Health. Philosophical Hall. 

1 3 p.M. —Third General Meeting. Address in Surgery by T. Prtdgin 

' Teale, M.A., F.R.S., F.R.C.S. Coliseum. 

4.0 to 6.30 P.M. —Garden Party at Gledhow Hall, given by Sir James 
Kitson, Bart. 

7.30 p.M. —Public Dinner of the Association in the Town Hall. 

Friday, August 16th, 1889. 

10.30 a.m. to 1.30 p.M. —Sectional Meetings. Mechanics’Institute. Public 

Health. Philosophical Hall. 

j 3 P.M. —Concluding General Meeting. Address in Psychology by Sir 
1 James Crichton Browne, M.D., F.R.S. Coliseum. 

' 4.0 to 6.30 p.M. —Garden Party at Roundhay Mount, given byT. R. Jessop, 

F.R.C.S. 

4.30 to 6 p.M. —Garden Party at the W. R. Asylum, Wakefield. 

8 p.M. —Reception and Ball by the Mayor of Leeds in the Town Hall. 

i Saturday, August 17th, 1889. 

4.0 P.M.— Garden Party at The Palace, Ripon, given by the Lord 
Bishop of Ripon and Mrs. Boyd Carpenter. 

Excursions.— (1) Scarborough ; (2) Ilkley and Bolton Abbey; 
! (3) York, Helmsley, Rievaulx Abbey ; (4) Harrogate; 

(5) Brimham Rocks, Fountains Abbey, Studley Royal and 
Ripon ; (6) Washburn Valley and Farnley; (7) Malham 
Cove, Gordale Scar, and Settle. 









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programme of Co^bay. 


Tuesday, August 13th, 1889, 


9.30 A.M. —Meeting of 1888-89 Council. Council 

Room, Mechanics’ Institute. 

11.30 A.M. —First General Meeting. Report of 
Council. Reports of Committees 
and other business. Coliseum. 

4.0 p.M. —Service in Parish Church. Sermon hj 
the Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of 
Ripon. 

8.30 p.M. —Adjourned General Meeting from 

11.30 A.M. President’s Address. 
Coliseum. 

NOTICE .—Speeches at Genet'al Meetings must not exceed TEN minuter 
each. At the Sectional Meetings no Paper must exceed 
FIFTEEN minutes in reading., and no subsequent speech 
must exceed TEN minutes. 

FKANCIS FOWKE, General Secretary. 


American and Foreign Delegates are requested to present their credentials- 
to the General Secretary at his Office, that their names may be announced 
at the General Meeting. 










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FIRST GENERAL MEETING OF MEMBERS, 

Tuesday, August 13th, 1889, 

At Half-past Eleven o’clock in the Forenoon. 

The Minutes of the last Annual Meeting. 

The President, Dr. W. T. GAIRDNER, for 1888-1889, retires, and 
Mr. C. G. WHEELHOUSE, President for 1889-1890, takes the Chair. 

Resolution of thanks to Dr. W. T. GAIRDNER, the ex-President. 


REPORT OF COUNCIL 

AND 

Financial Statement for the Year ending December 31st, 1888. 

In meeting you again in Leeds, your Council would call attention to the 
fact that this is one of the towns in which the Association will now have 
been entertained for the third time. Those of you who were present when 
the Association met here twenty years ago will remember the brilliant and 
ihospitable reception then given, and your Council feel assured that this 
[meeting, under the presidency of Mr. Wheelhouse, will not be less success¬ 
ful than those which have preceded it. 

A comparison of the Association, the number of its members, and its 
position on the occasion of its first visit in 1843, with those of the present 
time, shows that its members at that time numbered only a little over 
1.600; the income was £2,102; and the expenditure, £1,488; leaving a 
balance of £613 in favour of the Association. 

In 1869, the occasion of the second visit to Leeds, the Association had 
increased to 4,095 members, but the income had scarcely risen in pro¬ 
portion ; the receipts were £5,571, the expenditure £5,371, leaving a balance 
in the Treasurer’s hands of £200, and the estimated excess of assets over 
liabilities was at that time put down at £166. The Association now 
numbers more than 12,000 members, and the balance of assets over 
liabilities is £35,617. 







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Inclusive of the present, the Association will have held fifty-sevea 
annual meetings in thirty-five towns and cities ; it will thus be noticed that 
many towns will have entertained the Association more than once. As a * 
fact several have received it three times since the first foundation ; for 
example, Birmingham, Bath, Leeds, Manchester, Liverpool; while others, 
of importance have only been visited once, and many not at all. It 
appears almost as though the Branches, while doing good work socially and 
scientifically by their meetings, tend rather to centralise their efforts in 
one or two localities, and leave others out of close or direct contact with 
the parent Association. There may also be another reason why the 
Association has not been invited by some important places, namely, the 
questions of expense and accommodation. Your Council would point out | 
with regard to the first objection that the Association has been well 
entertained with a reception fund of £400 to £500 ; and with regard to the 
latter, that the meeting is small in a small town, and usually averages 
about 500 members. 

Again, your Council have to congratulate you upon the formation of new 
and important home and colonial Branches. First of these in the order of 
recognition is one established at Malta, called the Malta and Mediterran¬ 
ean Branch. This is the first formed for the combined services. Branches 
have also been formed in the Punjab, Griqualand West, Bombay, Barbadoes, 
and Tasmania. From Cape of Good Hope a request to have a formal 
recognition of a most important Branch, starting with forty members, has 
been received. All these Branches, it is hoped, will form active and 
important centres of the Association in their respective localities. A 
Branch has also been added in Scotland, for Stirling, 

The members residing in Derry, finding it so long a journey to Belfast, 
have asked permission to form a separate Branch ; this request has been 
complied with, and the recognition by the Council of the Association ha» 
been granted. This, no doubt, gives facilities for members in that part of 
Ireland to meet more frequently for scientific and social intercourse, and 
so to add to the good work of the Association in that country. 

Your Council regret that at present no steps have yet been taken to | 
re-establish the important Branch of Cork and South of Ireland. It will be i 
emembered that an Annual Meeting of the Association was held there in 
1879, over which Dr. Dennis O’Connor presided. Your Council grieve to 
report his death during the past year. 

Your Council have the pleasure to report a successful financial year. 
The expenditure has been £27,691, while the revenue has been £31,785, 
leaving a surplus balance of £4,093. £3,200 of this has been expended on 

the leases of 2 and 3, Agar Street. These will give the extra rooms re¬ 
quired for committees, and also further space for the compositors on the 
top floor. Now that the Association can afford it, your Council consider | 
that the time has arrived when the subscription of members resident abroad 
may fairly be reduced to £1 Is., the same as that of the home members, ! 
and that the extra postage of the Journal to the Colonies need be no 
longer charged. This they hope will be regarded as a boon to the colonial 
members, and the amount formerly charged for postage of 2s. 6d. to the 





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Colonies and of 5s. to India will now be borne be the Association. More 
especially your Council hope that Indian members will appreciate the 
alteration, as, not only is the extra postage of the Journal heavy, but 
there is also a serious charge for exchange in remitting subscriptions home. 
The present cost to the Association is about £400 per annum. 

The organisation of a Library and Reading Room for the use of the 
members of the Association is making good progress. As the result of 
handsome donations from private individuals, members of the Association, 
and from authors and publishers, the collection of books has already con - 
siderably outgrown the accommodation first made available. The large 
Council Room has now, therefore, in virtue of a grant of £300, been fitted 
with bookcases and shelves which can accommodate some thousand further 
volumes. Steps will be taken to obtain a considerable supply of current 
periodical literature of all countries for reference, which maybe acquired by 
a system of exchanges set on foot by the Editor of the Journal, and it is 
hoped that the Reading Room will be made a useful, popular centre for the 
purpose of study and reference by members of the Association, who will 
there also have the opportunity of carrying on and receiving correspon¬ 
dence when in London. While thanking members of the Association, 
authors, and publishers who have already so generously contributed to 
form the nucleus of a library, it is hoped that now this extensive 
accommodation has been supplied, these donations will in the future be 
considerably increased. 

The Council propose this year to make a grant of £300 for the purchase 
and acquirement of books of reference for the use of readers. 

The number of members on the books last year was 12,265 ; during the 
year 954 have been elected, 110 have died, and 212 have resigned, leaving 
on the books 12,897. 

It is again with grateful thanks that your Council would call your 
attention to the efficient work of your Honorary Secretaries to the 
Branches ; their efifective help, given without stint of labour or of time, 
tends to the material advancement of the Association. It is with regret 
your Council have to report the resignations of Dr. Ormsby, to the Dublin 
Branch ; of Mr. Vincent Jackson, to the StaflTordshire Branch ; of Mr. W. 
E. Green, to the Isle of Wight District of the Southern Branch ; Mr. 
Cureton, of the Shropshire and Mid-Wales Branch ; and of Dr. Eastes, of 
the Metropolitan Branch. 

Dr. C. Norman, Dr. C. Reid, Dr. R. Robertson, Mr. James Allen, 
Bratton, and Dr. Crocker, have been elected to fill the respective 
vacancies. 

In accordance with the trust deeds of the Middlemore and Stewart funds 
these prizes have again been offered in accordance with the wishes of the 
donors. Only one essay has been received for the Middlemore Prize. 
The adjudicators report that this essay is not of sufficient merit to justify 
the award. The Stew'art Prize has been awarded to Dr. Klein, for good 
work done. Your cordial thanks are due to Dr. Littlejohn, Dr. Grimshaw,. 






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and Dr. Corfield, who have acted as adjudicators in the Stewart Prize, and 
to Dr. Swanzy, Dr, Reed, and Mr. Priestley Smith, who have acted in like 
manner for the Middlemore Prize. 

The work of the Parliamentary Bills Committee has been chiefly 
directed towards (1) resisting proposals which had been made from factory 
owners to the Home Secretary for reducing or abolishing the part taken by 
certifying surgeons in carrying out some of the most important provisions of 
the Factory Acts ; (2) in taking steps to bring under the notice of the Com¬ 
mission appointed to consider the question of rank, title, etc., of army 
medical officers, the views ascertained to be held by a large number of 
the members of the Service, as was proved by tlie former action of this 
Committee. This Commission has been mainly appointed in consequence 
of the past exertions of the Parliamentary Bills Committee on behalf of 
that service, of which due record has been made in past reports and in 
the reports of that Committee, and of the annual meetings of the Associ¬ 
ation. Thanks are due to Mr. C. Macnamara for the valuable assistance 
which, as a member of the Commission, he has rendered in bringing the 
documents and facts connected under the notice of the Commission. 
(3) The other work of the Parliamentary Bills Committee has been 
to secure further amendments in the Lunacy Acts Amendment Bill in its 
course through the House of Lords and the House of Commons, with the 
object of protecting alike the interests of the medical profession and of the 
public. Those efforts have been made with considerable success in some 
important particulars. Finally, great attention has been given to the 
consideration of the Local Government (Scotland) Bills, and a series of 
amended clauses have been prepared by the Chairman of the Committee 
after much correspondence with leading authorities in Scotland, and have 
been submitted to the Committee with the assistance of Dr. Farquharson, 
M.P., and other parliamentary friends. A full report of the work of the 
Committee will be presented separately. 

The Scientific Grants Committee, in consequence of the numerous and 
large applications for aid in scientific research, asked for and obtained £100 
as an addition to the usual grant of £300. Unusually good work appears, 
by the report of the Committee, to be in progress. 

Your Science Scholars are at present Dr. Sidney Martin and Dr. Ralph 
Stockman ; the latter was appointed to investigate the chemical changes 
W'hich menthol, camphor, and similar bodies undergo after absorption, and 
the action of the camphor group on the heart and circulation ; also an 
investigation into a new body which acts like digitalis ; and other re¬ 
searches. Dr. Sidney Martin was appointed to investigate the toxic 
albumens, and on the pathology (experimental) of diseases of the stomach. 

The Inebriates’ Legislation Committee have, with the aid of the Society 
for the Study of Inebriety, succeeded in securing permanent legislation 
with a few minor though useful amendments. 

Having thus obtained permanence to the Inebriates Acts, the Committee 
have been devoting their energies to forming such a strong public opinion 
as will be likely to secure from Parliament more effective provision for 




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■the compulsory admission to retreats of inebriates unwilling to apply 
voluntarily ; for the less forbidding reception of voluntary patients; and for 
provision for special medical care and treatment of the impecunious. 

A peculiarly gratifying tribute to the work of the Committee has been 
■the drafting of a bill for Scotland, insisting on these among other pro¬ 
visions, by a Crown official, supported by many of the most eminent legal 
authorities in that country. 

These leading principles of the proposed measure have been approved by 
the Medico-Chirurgical Society of Edinburgh, and by your Inebriates’ 
Legislation Committee. 

The Collective Investigation Committee has been engaged winding up 
the inquiries which were still in progress at the end of last year, and has 
not entered on any fresh undertaking. It has presented to the Council an 
elaborate Report upon its inquiry into the Geographical Distribution of 
Certain Diseases, in the form of a series of detailed maps accompanied by 
.a commentary. 

The latter was published in the Journal of January 19th ; the former 
are deposited in the Library of the Association; they have been exhibited 
by the Secretary of the Committee at the meetings of various Branches, and 
will be on view at the Annual Meeting in Leeds. A report, supplementary 
to that on Habits of Intemperance, upon the Causes of Death among Gouty 
Men, was also published in the Journal of January I9th. 

During the past year pharmacological researches have been initiated 
under the personal direction of members of the Therapeutic Committee. 
Details of these will be forthcoming in the Report wffiich the Committee 
brings forward. In their report they will also make suggestions by which 
it is hoped that their work will be extended in the investigation of strictly 
therapeutical questions. 

At the Annual Meeting held in Glasgow last year, the Psychological 
Section appointed a Committee to consider the state of children unfit, from 
mental and nervous conditions, for ordinary school teaching. Since the 
appointment of the Committee 14 schools have been visited, 5,344 scholars 
have been personally examined; a grant of £50 was made to the 
Committee for expenses, which they ask to be renewed. The Committee 
will place the result of their investigations before the meeting at Leeds. 

Questions relating to the conduct of the Journal have been more than 
once under discussion during the year. A remonstrance from many 
leading medical men concerning the publication in the Journal of a 
•certain script document appeared to the Council to be well founded in 
principle, and, after receiving explanations as to the circumstances of its 
publication, the Council thought it right to express their regret that this 
■document had been made public. Subsequently a memorandum w’as 
brought to the notice of the Council which had been prepared and issued 
for communication to the Branches of the Association of which the main 
suggestions was that all articles, reviews, letters, etc., in the Journal 
should be signed. After careful inquiry and full consideration, the 

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conclusion was arrived at, expressed in the memorandum published iii 
the Journal of May 4th, 1889 (page 1,025), that in view of the 
functions which the Journal has to fill as a weekly newspaper, called 
upon to defend the interests of all classes of the profession, and to furnish 
early information to its many thousands of readers in all parts of the world,, 
and, having regard to its large staff of ofiicial and unofi&cial contributors, 
to whom the signing of their articles would he impossible, it was absolutely 
necessary that the confidential character of their communications should be- 
protected under the shield of editorial responsibility as heretofore, and as 
is customary in all the leading journals and newspapers of this country. 

In respect to advertisements it was found that great and very special 
care was taken to exclude all objectionable matter, and, in going into* 
detail, the objections raised were found to be very few in number, and such 
as could be satisfactorily dealt with. 

It is unnecessary to insist on the vast importance to the Association and 
to the profession of the efficiency of the Journal and its popularity with 
all classes, at home and abroad, as a means of sustaining the numbers and 
widening the sphere of influence of the Association, as well as of maintaining 
its finance in a sound and prosperous condition. These objects the Council 
are glad to say are shown to have been accomplished by the facts and figures 
published during the past as in previous years ; and during no period 
have the evidences at home and abroad been more marked, of the high 
opinion which is entertained of the literary, scientific, professional, and 
social value of the Journal, and of the extent to which it is everywhere 
valued as standing in the front rank of medical journalism. 

The Council think it right to renew on this occasion their expression of 
confidence in the ability and devotion of the Editor and General Secretary 
to all the best interests of the Association, and to the marked success with 
which the Journal of the Association has for many years been conducted. 

The Editor has suggested in a memorandum submitted to the Council 
that, with a view of assisting him in his onerous responsibilities in the 
management of the Journal, he should have the support henceforth of a 
Reference Committee meeting weekly at the office, and which should 
include the President of Council and the Treasurer of the Association for 
the time being, together with specially appointed members. Of this sug¬ 
gestion the Journal Committee and the Council have approved, and it has 
been carried into effect. 

The Council has appointed as special members of the Committee 
Dr. Farquharson, M.P., of London, and Dr. Donald MacAlister, of 
Cambridge. Provision has been made for the due payment of the two 
special members for their attendance. The President of the Council and 
the Treasurer of the Association give their services without fee. The 
arrangement has been found to work well, and the weekly meetings of the 
Committee have taken place regularly since May 2nd. 

Amongst others your Council grieve to have to report the loss to the 
Association by death of the following members : Dr. J. M. FothergilL 




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W. N. Price, Escj., Dr. J. N. McCulloch, N. Crisp, Esq., Dr. E. J. Barker, 

F. Mason, Esq., Dr. J. K. Milne, James Symes, Esq., the Rev. David Bell, 
M.D., Dr. L. Armstrong, Deputy-Surgeon, General R. A. Chappie, Dr. G. 
H. Barfoot, E. G. Francis, Esq., Dr. J. Chalmers, J. Hall, Esq., Dr. E. 
Jackson, Dr. Dennis O'Connor, Dr. George Duff, M.A., R. Davies, Esq., 
Dr. A. Asher, Dr. E. Davidson, Surgeon J. Bulfin, Dr. R. Keith, Dr. P. 
B. Tucker, M. Brummell, Esq., Dr. A. J. Sinclair, Dr. W. H. Walker, Dr. 

G. T. Budd, Plymouth, F. W. Brown, Esq., Dr. Sankey, Dr. C. J. B. 
Williams, Dr. John Mackenzie, W. P. Keall, Esq., Dr. J. Rogers, Dr. J. 
Maclaren, C. T. Carter, Esq., G. Woods, Esq., Dr. R. McDonnell, Surgeon 
M. Gaisford, I.M.S., Dr. W. M. C. Watson, Dr. A. Nickson, B.A., Dr. W. 
S. Falls, E. R. Perks, Esq., Dr. W. M. Burslem. 

Thomas Bridgwater, 

President of Council. 


July 10th, 1889. 




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Motion— 

“That the Report of Council, together with the Financial Statement for 
4;he Year ending Slst December, 1S88, be received and adopted,” 


REPORT OF THE PARLIAMENTARY RILLS COMMITTEE. 

The Parliamentary Rills Committee beg to report their proceedings as 
subjoined ;— 

Certifying Factory Surgeons. 

The following is a short statement of the position of the Committee in 
the matter : On February 3rd a deputation from the Manchester United 
'Cotton Spinners’ Association, representing, it was said, 430 firms, and 
employing 30,0(j0 people, waited upon the Home Secretary on the question 
•of dispensing with the office of certifying surgeons in factories. It was 
argued among other things that since the Elementary Education Act had 
•come into force there was no need for the certifying surgeon to attend at 
the factories in order to certify as to the ages of children working as half- 
timers ; it was, they argued, a needless expense, as the School Board fur¬ 
nished certificates. A large number of factory surgeons, finding their 
interests and position attacked, put themselves into communication with 
the Chairman of the Parliamentary Bills Committee, meetings were held, 
and they banded themselves into an Association of Certifying Factory 
Surgeons, with Mr. Francis H. Walmsley as president, and Dr. Holmes as 
honorary secretary. A summary and review of their present position, as 
well as a reply to the statements made by the Cotton Spinners’ Association, 
were printed and circulated, and on March 25th a deputation of the 
Association of Factory Surgeons waited upon the Home Secretary, being 
introduced by the Solicifcor-Greneral for Scotland. Dr. Alfred Carpenter 
was good enough to attend and represent the Committee in the Chairman’s 
absence. A full report of the meeting was published in the Journal for 
March 30th, p. 735. The Home Secretary replied that the statements 
made by the certifying surgeons should have his most careful consideration 
before any ch.ange was made in the law. Leaders on the subject have been 
published in the Journal after consultation with persons most interested 
in the subject, and copies of these leaders, with letters on the subject, have 
been sent to tbe Home Secretary. A communication was afterwards 
received from the Home Office asking for copies of subsequent articles on 
the subject, which were duly forwarded and acknowledged. A request was 
made by the Association of Certifying Factory Surgeons for 5,000 reprints 
of the leaders and for copies of the report of the deputation. That request 
was complied with. 

In order to influence public attention in the matter, a question was 
put in the House of Commons on April 8th, when Mr. Matthews stated 
that the representations had been under his consideration, and he hoped to 
be able to introduce a Bill amending the Factory Acts this session, and he 
would take that opportunity of stating the decision of the Government on 
the subject. The memorial was before them for discussion and alteration. 
The following is a copy of the memorial: 

A memorial, of which the following is a copy, was drawn up for presenta¬ 
tion to the Home Secretary, and submitted to the members in an unrevised 
form. Having undergone considerable revision, it was adopted, after 
discussion, at a meeting of the Committee, held on June 27th, and duly 
forwarded to the Secretary of State for Home Affairs : 




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To the Right Honourable the Secretary of State for Home Affairs. 

This memorial respectfully shows : — 

That the employment of medical men as certifying surgeons was resorted to in the first 
instance because of the alarming prevalence of disease and deformities among factory 
operatives. 

That as the true interest of the employers Is to obtain the greatest efficiency among 
tho-e they employ, the medical supervi-ion of the physical ability and soundness of those 
entered for work is contributory thereto. 

That no effectual and persistent supervision of the physical condition of those employed 
in factoi-ies is to be got except by the introduction of a neutral person from outside, 
instructed in the recognition of disease, and able to act in a completely independent 
manner. 

That to rely upon the carefulness and discretion of the parent is altogether futile* 
Their interests are too intimately bound up with the gain to be obtained by the 
employment of their children, whose possible unfitness for work is either not recognised, 
or is purposely disregarded. The whole past history of factories demonstrates this fact, 
and the every-day experience of the certifying surgeons furnishes illustrations of it. 

That it is important to the general sanitary interests of the operatives in a factory 
that no contagious or infectious disease be introduced from without by those engaged: 
for work ; while the principle goes farther, for it affects the general public, who are the 
ultimate recipients of the goods manufactured. 

That it is essential that persons disabled by deformity or by imperfections of the 
special senses be not employed where the work is calculared to augment the disablement, 
or where defects of sensory organs expose the sufferers or their feUow-workers to peril or 
accident. 

That in the interests of humanity it is a primary duty to reject as unfit for work those 
who exhibit signs of organic disease, whether of lungs or other internal organs. 

That it is important to manufactories, where many diverse processes are carried on, as 
frequently happens, that some competent authority exist to determine not only the- 
general question of fitness for labour, but that also of fitness for the particular work ta 
be undertaken. 

That compulsory medical examination acts as a deterrent to parents and others from 
presenting for employment unfit hands. 

That experience shows a marked Improvement has been brought about in the- 
phy^ical well-being, the cleanliness and order of children and young persons, which is 
largely attributable to the action of the certifying surgeons. 

That the certifying surgeons, by reporting on the nature and the causes of accidents,, 
and investigating them on the spot, exercise an important function in respect of future 
action to be taken by the factory inspectors. 

That in all the preceding matters it is in their character as medical men that the 
certifying surgeons are proved to be essential to the due administration, and to the- 
fulfilment of the sanitary purposes of the Factory Acts. 

That it is contrary to reason to contend that a certificate of age is in itself sufficient as 
a guarantee of fitness for work—that is, any sort of labour that may be imposed. For 
age and physical ability are not convertible terms. 

That the vigilance of the certifying surgeons is constantly called into requisition ta 
detect wilful alterations of the dates showing the age, or the fraudulent substitution of 
certificates of age, or the forgeries of the numbers showing the standard of education 
reached—for, in many f^icrories, the services of the surgeon are sought for to watch over 
the observance of the educational conditions of labour.” 

That the weekly or very frequent virits of certifying surgeons to factories contribute 
greatly to the proper keeping of the registers—upon which hinges all action to be taken 
hy the inspectors in enforcing the Act. 

That, moreover, such visits keep constantly in the view of the masters and managers 
the operation and requirements of the Factory Act, and afford opportunities to all con¬ 
cerned in the management of factories to seek the solution of any questions respecting 
the requirements of the Act. In fact the surgeons are pepetually called upon to act as 
expositors or interpreters of the legislative provisions. This happens by rea^on of their 
being at hand, and also by the comparative infrequency of the visits of the inspectors, 
whose districts are of so great extent that an annual visit to every factory is out of the 
power of those oflBcers. 

That these considerations demonstrate the great value of the services of the certifying 
surgeons as complementary of the duties specially belonging to the inspectors, and that, 
as a corollary, the abolition of the surgeon’s office would, if the Act is to be administered 
as efficiently as at present, necessitate a vast addition to the staff of inspectors, at great 
cost to the country, and, not improbably, with increased friction to the manufacturers. 
That it is a known fact in small factories, where frequent visits by the surgeon are not 
arranged for, that there are almost always grave irregularities and omissions in the 
observance of the law. 








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That, considering the Factory Act to be established not solely for the benefit of the em¬ 
ployed, but likewise for that of the manufacturers, it is a correct principle to charge 
some part of the cost of its administration upon the latter. 

That the revision of fees made by the present Act leaves no valid grounds of complaint, 
the basis of payment being fixed on the lowest terms. To illustrate : a certificate is to 
be had at the house or office of a certifying surgeon at the cost of sixpence. This includes 
the examination of the document produced to show the age; the entry in the register 
from that document of the assigned date, and the names of parents; the signature to the 
certificate asserting fitness for work and freedom from disease and deformity, the notice 
of objection, if any be found, and the date at which the certificate is granted. In the 
case of factories employing five or more hands coming under the Act, the certificate has 
I to be given at the factory itself ; one object ofwhhh is to detect personation, and to 
ideti tify the candidate with the factory in which he is to work. Here, too, the payment 
is based on the same standard; for although the law allows two shillings and sixpence 
for the visit to the factory, the surgeon may, and often is, called upon to examine five 
Individuals for that amount. 

In these particulars the surgeons’ fees present a strong contrast with those allowed to 
registrars of births, viz.: half-a-crown for a copy of a birth register. 

That the earnings of the surgeons are in direct proportion to the number of certificates 
given and the visitsmade. lhat if the sum total reaches, in some instances, a consider¬ 
able amount. It represents a large district, numerous factories, and much time and 
j labour expended in the duties. 

That the re-examination of children, passing from half to full time, or exchanging 
their places of employment, is as necessary to assure fitnees on their part as the primary 
examination required in commencing work, and on precisely the same grounds. 

That instead of curtailing the medical supervision of factory hands, there is a need 
of its extension. All places of associated labour, whether termed factories or not, should 
be subjected to like conditions, and the protective influence of the surgeons should not 
be exercised only at the entrance of a factory, but should, under certain limitations and 
conditions, be extended to the operatives engaged in it. Moreover, their aid should be 
available to carrying out to the full those sanitary clauses of the Act at present en- 
trusied to the inspectors. 

Lastly, that the special information acquired by the certifying surgeons, relative to- 
disease in factories, might with advantage be communicated to the sanitary department 
of the State, and be rendered contributory to the repression of disease. 


The Local Government (Scotland) Bills. 

As the result of a number of communications with leading health au¬ 
thorities in Scotland, and with persons in this country well acquainted with 
the working of the English Acts, the Chairman has had drawn at consider¬ 
able labour the following new clauses and amendments in the Bill, which 
were adopted at a meeting of the Committee on June 27th, and, in accord¬ 
ance with a resolution then passed, steps have been taken to ensure their 
introduction in Committee by various members of Parliament. 

Local Government (Scotland) Supplementary 
Provisions Bill. 

Proposed New Cl\uses and Amendments. 

[N.B.-Tlie New Matter and Proposed Modifications are in Italics.] 

PART IV.— SUPPLEMENTAL. 
provisions relating to the board of SUPERVISION. 

21 (a).—(1) The Board of Sttpervision shall henceioncard in<hide, in addition to the 
persons named in the Act passed in the sessions of the Eighth and Ninth years of the 
reign of Her Present Majesty, Chapter eighty-three, intituled an ''Act ] or the amend¬ 
ment and better administration of the Laics relating to the Relief of the Poor in 
Scotland,” one or more Medical Commissioners, to he ajpointed by Her Majesty and 
to hold office during Her Majesty's pleasure, such Medical Commissioner or Medical 
Commissioners to be of not less than ten years’ standing in the Medical Profession,, 
and possess in each case the qualifications required, for the time being, to be possessed 
by a medical officer appointed under the provisions of this Act. 

(2.) The Board of Supervision shall have power to appoint in writing such medical 
inspectors and other officers as the Board may from time to time, with the sanction of 
the Treasury, deem to be necessary. 

(3.) There shall be paid to such Commissioner or Commissioners, and to such in- 
I spectors and officers out of moneys provided by Parliament, such salaries or remunera- 
I tion as the Treasury may from time to time determine. 






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REASONS FOR PROPOSED NEW CLAUSE—21 (a). 

(1.) The constitution of the Scotch Board of Supervision has, on a variety of different 
grounds, given rise to oft-repeated expressions of dissatisfaction, notwithstanding 
the fact that good work in various directions has been accomplished by it. The 
Board was established in 1845 by the “ Act for the Amendment and Better Adminis¬ 
tration of the Laws relating to the Relief of the Poor in Scotland,” and consists of 
the Lord Provost of Edinburgh, the Lord Provost of Glasgow, the Solicitor-General 
of Scotland, the Sheriffs depute of the counties of Perth, Renfrew, and Ross and 
Cromarty, together with three other persons to be appointed by Her Majesty by 
warrant under the sign manual. But although this provision would seem to admit 
of the appointment of a medical man to the Board, no such appointment has been 
made. 

This Board was by the same Act empowered to appoint “ all such.oflacers as 

they shall deem necessary,” and under this provision two “superintendents of the 
poor,” and two “ visiting and inspecting officers,” have been appointed. But not 
one of these officers is a medical man, and thus it will be seen that, although in¬ 
numerable medical questions arise in the administration of the Poor Laws, there is 
no medical man on the Boai’d, nor is there any medical man among its poor-law 
officials. 

In 1867 the Public Health (Scotland) Act was passed, and under it the Board of 
Supervision became the central controlling authority for the administration of the 
sanitary laws throughout the country. There was, however, no modification made 
in the constitution of the Board. It was to remain just as it had been formed, in 
1845, for supervision and relief of the poor, although the new responsibilities vi’hich 
were placed on its shoulders involved the application of a number of principles which 
were then only beginning to be rightly appreciated and could only be properly in¬ 
terpreted by an experienced student of preventive medicine. It would almost .-eem 
as if pains had been taken, however inexplicable it may appear, to exclude medical 
influence from the Board's councils ; for, on looking into the Act, we find that even 
in the presence of a formidable epidemic threatening the country, wdien it might 
have been expected that the assistance of medical training and experience would 
have been specially useful, it is provided (Section 32) that “the Sheriff of any 
County in Scotland, other than Renfrew, Perth, or Ross and Cromarty, may be ap¬ 
pointed an additional member of the Board.” 

The intention of the first sub-section of the proposed new clause is to secure the 
presence on the Board of one or more competent and experienced medical members 
who could speak with authority and exert proper influence on all matters affecting 
the public health. 

It may be here noted that these considerations were not overlooked by Parliament 
when the Irish Local Government Board was established ; for it is expressly provided 
(14 & 15 Viet., ch. 68. s ;cs. 1, 2, etc.; and 35 & 36 Viet., ch. 69, sec. 3) that the Queen 
may from time to time appoint two members of the Board, but that one of the persons 
so appointed “shall be a physician oh surgeon op not less than ten 
YEARS’ STANDING, AND SHALL HAVE THE TITLE OF MEDICAL COMMISSIONER.” 

(2.) As regards the medical advice for sanitary purposes at the disposal of the Board 
of Supervision, it must be admitted that the Board have power under Section 14 of 

the Act of 1867 “ to appoint all such officers.as they shall deem necessary.” But 

as regards medical officials, they have not exercised this power to any great exteot. 
They haye, it is true, secured part of the services of Dr. H. D. Littlejohn, the able 
health officer of Edinburgh, and under his influence much good work has been 
accomplished. But Dr. Littlejohn is the only medical official (besides the Super¬ 
intendent of Vaccine) connected with the Board. 

The procedure adopted by the Board in respect of their sanitary functions, was thus 
describ 'd by Mr. (now Sir W. S.) Walker, the Chairman of the Board, in his evidence 
before the Royal Sanitary Commission, iu May, 1870, and the description holds good 
at the present time :— 

“ The Board appointed no additional inspectors or visiting officers. We had 
three such officers under the Poor Law,i and we thought it sufficient in the 
meantime to give them separate instructions with regard to the Public Health 
Act, because in the course of their duty they were continually travelling about 
in their districts and visiting villages and towns, and they would almost 
necessarily see, or could very easily inquire into, what was being done and wha 

was required to be done, and we directed them to report to us. When these 

reports come to the Board we proceed to transmit a copy of them to the locai 
authority for their observations.” (Q. 12 089.) 

This is still the method of procedure, and, apart from the consideration that the 
report-* are made by more or less unskilled ob^ervers, the system is obviously defec¬ 
tive and insufficient. If it is to be inferred that sanitary administration is subordin¬ 
ated to that of the Poor Laws, some alteration is obviously needed. 

It is desired by the proposed clause to secure the nucleus of a strong useful medical 
department under the central Board, and this endeavour is supported by the know¬ 
ledge of the value of the small but able staff attached to the Englifli Local Govern¬ 
ment Board, and of the great services that have been rendered by that staff, not only 
to individual localities throughout the country, but also in the promotion of sanitary 
science and preventive medieme. 







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PROVISIONS AS TO POWERS OP COUNCIL. 

22.—(1) The council of every county shall, except where otherwise allowed by trw Board 
cf Supervision, from time to time appoint and pay a medical officer or medical offlcerd and 
a sanitary inspector or sanitary in pectors, who shall not hold any other appointment or 
engage in private practice or employment withoutexpress writtenconsentor the council. 

Provided that the Board of Supervision may, for reasons brought to their Icnoicledge, 
ullow any County Council to make and carry into effect arrangemehts with any other 
County Council for the employment, jointly, of the services of one and the same medical 
officer, on such terms as to the contribution tj the salary of the officer, or otherwise, as 
! may be agreed. 

\ (2.) The County Council, or County Councils, as the case may be, and any District 

! Committee, as the local authority under the Public Health Acts, may from time to time 
make and carry into effect arrangements for rendering the services of such officer or 
officers regularly available in the district of the District Committee, on such terms as to 
the contribution by the District Committee to the salary of any medical officer or sanitary 
inspector, or otherwise, as may be agreed, and the medical officiT or sanita'-y inspector 
shall have within such district all the powers and duties of a medical officer or sanitary 
Inspector appointed by a Dlstiict Committee. 

(3.) Such an arrangement, when once made and carried into effect, shall not be altered, 

; -except with the consent of the Board of Supervision, given after full investigation of all 
: the circumstances of the case; and so long as such an arrangement is in force, the 
obligation of the District Committee under the Public Health Acts {as amended by this 
Act), to appoint a medical officer or sanitary inspector shall be deemed lo be satisfied 
without the appointment of a separate medical officer or sanitary inspector. 

(4.) The provisions of the Public Health Acts relating to the appointment of officers 
i are hereby varied so as to provide that hencefoinvard it shall be the duly of every district 
Public Health Committee from time to time to appoint and pay a medical officer and a 
sanitary inspector. The powers, duties, and rights of the medical offit’er, and of the 
sanitary inspector, shall be those prescribed for such officers respectively by the Public 
Health Acts, and by any regulations made in that behalf, from time to t<me, by the 
Board of Supervision. 

(5.) Fjvery medical officer and every sanitary inspector appointed und^r this Act, or 
under the Public Health Acts, shall be removable from office only by the Board of Super¬ 
vision. 

REASONS FOR AMENDMENTS PROPOSED. CLAUSE 22. 

(1.) The clause as originally drafted would leave the appointment by a county 
authority of a medical officer or a sanitary inspector an entirely oiitional and 
permissive question. But having regard to the great importance from a public 
health point of view of every county authority having proper skilled advice in 
their supervision of the local administration of the sanitary laws, and having in 
view the hesitation that is at present apparent io Eugland on the part of many of 
the new County Councils to avail themselves of the similar permissive powers to 
appoint county medical officers of health, it is obviously a preferable plan to render 
compulsory the appointment of a medical officer and sanitary Inspector by every 
County Council, it being left to the discretion of the Board of Supervision as Central 
Authority to make exceptions where special circumstances show such exceptions to 
be reasonable, and not disadvantageous from a public health point of view. 

I The chief exceptions which it is contemplated should be made by the Board are 

those where two adjacent small counties desire to combine in the appointment of 
■ one and the same medical officer, and where a single officer, devoting all his time to 
the work, could satisfactorily undertake the duties of both counties. 

With the view of facilitating such joint action, the proposed proviso has been 
suggested. 

The chief objection to the proposal to make the appointment of a medical officer 
of health compulsory on every Council will no doubt be based on the additional 
, expense that would be involved ; but this additional expense is more apparent than 
real. If the adoption of the proposal did in some cases involve an initial additional 
expenditure, it should be remembered that judicious combination of adjoining 
districts for the appointment of sanitary officers would be encouraged, and as 
vacancies occurred among existing officers such combinations would be extended. 
Eventually the Initial slight additional expense would disappear, and in some cases 
an actual saviug would probably ensue. Moreover, it must be remembered that at 
present there is a large number of districts in Scotland without a medical officer of 
health, as the appointment of such officers by local authorities under the Act of 
1867 was not, as in Kngland, compulsory. Such districts undoubtedly need medical 
supervision, and this could at once, without difficulty or great expense, be supplied 
by a county officer. 

There is also the further contention that sanitary authority is more likely to 
listen to the advice of an officer appointed by themselves than to that of an officer 
appointed by a superior authority. But this objection falls to the ground when it is 
remembered that the medical officer of health is altogether an advising officer and 
that t' e re-ipunsibility for adopting or rejecting bis advice rests directly with the 
local authority, and indirectly with the County Council. 

(2.) The addition of the words “ or County Councils as the case may be,” is 
rendered necessary by the preceding proviso to sub-section 1. 


I\ow (June, 1889 there are four such officers, but not one of them is a medical man. 





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(3.'> The proposed addition to this sub-section (3) is suggested with the view of 
preventing the breaking up of satisfactory combinations, in consequence of un- 
justihable opposition on the part of an ignorant or capricious constituent authority. 
If a conscientious medical officer calls attention to sanitary defects in the district of 
such an authority, and recommends action which would involve expenditure, he is 
very liable to arou.-e the hostility of the authority, who might in their anger 
endeavour to secede from the combination, and appoint for themselves a more 
pliable adviser. The need for some such safeguard as that proposed has been 
proved to demonstration in English experience. 

(4.) It is very desirable that every district Public Health Committee should have 
proper skilled advice on sanitary matters. Hitherto, the appointment of medical 
officer and sanitary inspector has been optional, although the Board of Supervision 
have the power of requiring such appointments to be made if they think fit; and, 
as a result, in a large number of districts no medical officer has been appointed. It 
is now thought that the appointments should be made compulsory on the local 
authorities, and there is the less appearanceor hardship now in this proposal, as, for 
a comparatively trifling contribution, such authorities will be able in future to avail 
themselves of the services of the county officers. 

The second part of this new sub-section (4) is a modification of Clause 17 (3) of the 
other Bill [Local Government (Scotland) Bill], and is rendered necessary by the 
proposed amendment of that clause (q.v.). 

(.5.) Under Section 8 of the Public Health (Scotland) Act, 1867, it is provided that 
the sanitary inspectors “ shall be removable from office only by the Board ” of 
Supervision, “except in the case where the local authority is the Town Council or Police 
Commissioners or Trustees in any burgh in Scotland having a local Act for Police 
pui poses, or having a population of ten thousand or upwards according to the census 
last taken, in which case the inspectors shall be removable from office by the 
local authority.” 

But by a strange anomaly, no such protection is afforded to medical officers 
appointed under that Act. In his evidence before the Royal Sanitary Commission 
on March alst, 1870, Mr. E. S. Gordon, Q.C., who as Lord Advocate had framed and 
was mainly responsible for the Bill of 1867, stated that— 

“ The sanitary inspector is not removable without the consent of the 
Board of Supervision. I rather wished also that the medical ofiicer should 
be in the same position, but I found that there was a strong disinclination to 
the power of dismissal being vested in the Board of Supervision alone ; and, not 
being in Parliament at the time, I was obliged to come to a compromise.” (Q. 
11,092.) 

That compromise is not satisfactory or just to the medical officers. 

On the same occasion, Mr, (now Sir W. S.) Walker, the Chairman of the Board of 
Supervision, threw further light on this matter in his evidence, when he admitted 
that the medical officer is much more dependent upon the Local Board than the 
inspector is, and added— 

“ I may observe that in Scotland the Board of Supervision have not the same 
power with reference to medical officers that the Poor-Law Board have in 
England. The tenure of office of a poor-law medical officer in Scotland is not 
permanent, and the Scotch members or their constituents did not wish to place 
the medical officers under the Public Health Act in a different position from that 
of medical officers under the Poor-Law Act.” (Q. 12,103.) 

It requires no elaborate arguments to show that it is of the utmost importance 
from every point of view to obtain reasonable security of tenure, during good 
behaviour, for the medical officer as well as the sanitary inspector, and for the 
officers of the new County Councils as much as for those of the old local authorities. 
Without such security of tenure, perfect independence in the advice given by the 
medical officer cannot be ensured, and great hardship may fall on the head of an 
officer who, fearlessly doing his duty, points out the sanitary defects of his district. 
The need lor such security has long been seen in English experience, and recently 
Bradford, Ruthin, and many other places have afforded striking evidence of this 
statement. Hence the proposal to add the new sub-section (5) to Clause 22 of the 
present Bill, 

23.—(1) Every medical officer and sanitary inspector under the Public Health Acts for 
a district In any county shall send to the County Council a copy of every [periodical] 
report, of which a copy is for the time being required by the regulations of the Board of 
Supervision (which they are hereby authorised to make) to be sent to that Board, 
[and if a medical officer or sanitary inspector fails to send such copy the County Council 
may refuse to pay any contribution, tchich otherwise the Council tcould in pursuance of 
this Act pay, towards the salary of such medical officer or sanitary inspector.'] 

(2) If it appears to the County Council from any such report, or/ro7)i any other informa¬ 
tion or representation, that tbe Public Health Acts have not been properly put in force 
within tbe district to which the report relates, or that any other matter affecting the 
public health of the district requires to be remedied, the Council may cause a representa¬ 
tion to be made to the Board of Supervision on the matter. 





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REASONS FOR AMENDMENTS PROPOSED TO CLAUSE 23. 

(].) The County Council should have a copy of every report of importance made 
by the local health officers, and not merely those that have to be pep.iodically 
made. It frequently happens that the “ special ” occa'ional reports on particular 
outbreaks of disease or on pressing local matters, are of the greatC't imporunce. If 
the County Council are to exercise any effectual supervision over sanitary proceedings 
in their county, they should have copies of those reports in their hands at the times 
they are made, and should not have to wait for taeir incorporation in some 
“periodical” (probably annual, or at most, quarterly) report. 

The Clause as at present drafted, has been copied from the English Act of last 
session, but the defect referred to has alrea 'y been discovered in the working of that 
Act. The word [periodical] should therefore be oaoitted 

The second part of this sub-section (1), which has been copied from the English Act 
of last session (“and ip a medical officer or sanitary inspector fails to 

SEND SUCH C )PY, THE COUNTY COUNCIL MAY REFUSE TO PAY ANY CONTRIBUTION 
WHICH OTHERWISE THE COUNCIL WOULD, IN PURSUANCE OP THIS ACT, PAY TOWAROS 
THE SALARY OP SUCH MEDICAL OFFICER OR SANITARY INSPECTOR”), SCemS tO be 
inapplicable to Scotland, as in that country there has been no repayment from the 
Parliamentary Grant of a moiety of the salaries of sanitary officers uuder thePubllc 
Health Acts. It should therefore be omitted. 

Moreover, in any case, the stoppage of a moiety of some of the paltry salaries paid 
to the average health officers in Scotland would be but a very trifling punishment. 

(2.) The insertion of the words “ or from any other information or 
REPRESENTATION” after the words “from any such report,’' is desirable in 
order to enable the County Council to take action (if so disposed) on complaints or 
on information other than that afforded by the report of the local health officer. 

24.—(1.) Except where the Board of Supervision, for reasons brought to their notice, 
may see fit in particular cases specially to allow, no person shall hereafter be appointed 
the medical officer of any county or district, unless he be legally qualified for the practice 
of medicine, surgery, and midwifery. 

(2.) No person shall after the first day of January, one thousand eight hundred and 
ninety-three, be appointed the medical officer under the Public Health Acts f >r a county, 
or district, or a parish which contained, according to the la-t published census for the 
time being, a population of fifty thousand or upwards, unless he is qualified as above 
mentioned, and also either is registered on the Medical iieflusfer as the holder of a diploma 
in sanitary science, public health, or State medicine under Section 21 of the Medical Act, 
1886, or has been during the three consecutive years preceding the year one thousand 
eight hundred and ninety-three a medical officer under the Public Health Acts as defined 
hy this Act, or under the Public Health Act, 1875, or itncZer the Public Health (Ireland) 
Act, 1878, for the district of a local authority under the said Acts containing a population 
according to the last published census of not less than twenty thousand. 

(3.) No person shall, except with the express consent of the Board of Supervision, be 
appointed as the sanitary inspector for a county unless he possess a certificate or diploma 
in sanitary science from a body competent to give such certificaUs or diplomas, or has been 
during the three consecutive years preceding his appointment the sanitary inspector of a 
local authority under the Public Health Acts, as defined by this Act, or under the Public 
Health Act, 1815, or under the Public Health (Ireland) Act, 1878, the district of which 
contained a population, according to the last published census, of not less than twenty 
thousand. 


REASONS FOR PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO CLAUSE 24. 

(2.) The words proposed to be added seem to be necessary to ensure that the im¬ 
portant post of medical officer of health shall be open to competition from all parts 
of Great Britain and Ireland. 

(3.) The first amendment to this sub-section (3) is designed to secure that prefer¬ 
ence shall be given to holders of special sanitary certificates or diplomas. 

The second amendment is necessary in order to secure that the post of sanitary 
inspector shall be open for competition to candidates from all parts of the United 
Kingdom. 

60.—(1.) The clerk of supply in office, at and after the passing of this Act. shall dis¬ 
charge all the duties of county clerk until the appointed day, and upon such day the 
clerk of supply in office shall become the clerk of the County Council (in this Act re¬ 
ferred to as the county clerk or clerk of the Countv Council), and shall c mtiuue in office 
for twelve months after the first meeting of the Council, unless he shall sooner vacate 
office by death, resignation, or disqualification. At the expiration of such period he 
shall continue in office during the pleasure of the County Council. 

(2.) In addition to any other rights and duties conferred or imposed on him by the 
Council, the county clerk shall have and discharge the rights and duties now belonging 
to or devolving on the clerk of supply, and all things authorised or required to be done 
by or to the clerk of supply may be done by or to the county clerk. 






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(3.) Subject to the provisions of sub-section (1) of this section, the County Conncil may 
from time to time appoint a county clerk, treasurer, collector, assessors, surveyors, an'^ 
such other inspectors, officers, and servants as may be necessary and proper for the effi¬ 
cient ext cution of the duties of the County Council, and may make regulations with 
respect to the duties and conduct of such county clerk, treasurer, collector, assessors, 
surveyors, inspectors, officers, and servants. If it is deemed expedient one person may 
be appointed to fill two or more offices, and two or more persons may be appointed 
jointly to fill one office. 

(4.) It shall not be lawful to appoint a county councillor or the partner in business of 
a county councillor to anv office or place of profit under the County Council; and the 
disqualification shall apply to any person and his partners in business during six months 
next after such person has ceased to be a county councillor. 

(5.) The Council shall pay to the county clerk, treasurer, collector, assessors, sur¬ 
veyors, inspectors, officer s, and servants appointed or employed by them such reasonable 
salaries, wages, or allowances, and may award to them such pensions, not exceeding 
those w'hich may be awarded to civil servants of Her Majesty under the like circum¬ 
stances, as they think proper, and every such county clerk, treasurer, collector, assessor^ 
surveyor, inspector, officer, and servant shall hold office during the pleasure of the 
Council [sul)ject, as regards medical officers and sanitary inspectors, to the provisions of 
section 22 (5; of this Act.'] 

(6.) The Council may at any time {subject, as regards medical officers and sanitarp 
inspectors, to the provisions of section 22 (5) of this Act), discontinue the appointment of 
any [inspector,'] officer, or servant appearing to them not necessary to be reappointed ; 
and may from time to time mak(! such arrangements as they think necessary as to the 
offices required to be created or abolished. 


REASONS FOR PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO CLAUSE 50, SUB-SECTION 6. 

The proposed saving clause in sub-section (5) and (61 appears to be necessary in 
view of the proposed new sub-section 6 of Clause 22 {q v.). Otherwise there would 
be a serious inconsistency between the various provisions in the Act relative to 
the tenure of office of the sanitary officers. 

Under these circumstances the word “inspector” had also better be omitted. 
The word “ officer” would seem to include inspector,” and possible confusion may 
be avoided by omitting the latter word altogether. 


Local Government (Scotland) Bill. 

17. "With respect to the transference to the County County of the powers and duties of 
parochial boards as local authorities under the Public Health Acts, the following pro¬ 
visions shall have effect:— 

(1.) For the purposes of the administration of the laws relating to public health, the 
county shall be divided into districts in the manner provided in the Acts of 1889, and 
there shall be a district public health committee for each such district constituted as 
provided in the said Acts, 

(2.) A district public health committee shall, subject to the provisions of the said Acts, 
be the local authority under the Public Health Acts, and as such shall have and may 
exercise within its district all the powers and duties by the Acts of 1889 transferred 
to or conferred on the County Council with respect to the administration of the laws 
relating to public health, except those relating to medical officers or sanitary inspectors 
for the county, and subject to the provisions following :— 

(a.) A district public health committee shall have no power of raising money by rate 
or loan. 

(6.) The County Council may make general regulations for the government of v. 
oistrict public health committee, and such committee shall conform to those regu¬ 
lations. 

(c.) If not less than one-tenth of the ratepayers in a district appeal to the Count}/ 
Council from a determination or order of the district public health committee, the 
County Council shall take such appeal into condition, and shall have power to 
confirm or vary or rescind such determination or order; and such determmation 
or order shall be stayed pending the appeal. 

(2c.) It is felt that “ five” is too small a number of ratepayers to be entrusted with 
the right of appeal against, and consequent power of delaying the execution of an 
orr er of the local sanitary authorily. If the proposal in the Bi 1 were enacte . every 
sanitary improvement would almost certainly lead to an appeal and delay. The 
appellants should be at least some percentage of the interested ratepayers, and in 
the clause suggested for substitution for Clause 17 (2c) ten per cent., or one-tenth, 
is proposed. 




i(3.) Eaxept an regards medical officers and military inspectors fhe power of appointing 
officers under the Public Health Acts is hereby varied, so that it shall be lawful to 
. appoint such officers either for the whole district or any part thereof or parish therein 

I as shall be deemed expedient. The officers so appointed shall have, as nearly as may 

I be, within the areas respectively assigned to them the same j)owers, duties rights, and 

I tenure (if any) as the officers, as the case may be, of the existing local authority, have 

; within the area of the parish. The district public health committee shall have power 

, to appoint and remove a district committee clerk, who shall, whenever possible, be the 

I same person appointed by the district committee of the same district for any other 

purpose uuder the Acts of 1889. 

REASONS FOR PROPOSED AMENDMENT OF CLAUSE 17 (3). 

(3.) This subsection as drafted would apparently continue a faulty arrangement 
as to the tenure of office of medical officers, which it is propo-ed to deal with fully 
I in the “ Supplementary Provisions ” Bill (q.v.). These officers should therefore be 
I expected from the operation of the Clause 17 (3j. 


Lunacy Acts Amendment Bill. 

This Bill was fully discussed before the Subcommittee in the spring, and 
I a number of resolutions were printed in the Journal of April 6th, page 
I 799. The Lord Chancellor had modified the clauses respecting medical re • 
straint, in accordance with the recommendations of the Parliamentary Bills 
! I Committee ; that was to say, he had so modified them that a patient could 
I be restrained for any medical or surgical reason, which was, he thought, 
i pretty nearly as far as it was desirable they should go, and covered most of 
f the ground asked for. 

I The following are the more important additional suggested amendments, 
li with reasons for the same, on which it was decided that instance should be 
, more strongly made while the Bill was before the Law Committee (the Bill 
, as ordered to be printed, February 25th):— 

I I Sect. 29, Subsect. 4, p. 18, line 30, to omit “a special report,” and the words following 
. j to include the word “ with ” in line 33, and to make the necessary alterations in this and 
i subsequent subsections to harmonise with this alteration. 

The medical certificate of unsoundness, to be sent periodically, is thought to be 
sufficient, and the “ special reports” will impose a large amount of extra routine work 
on the medical superintendent, to the detriment of more important duties. 

Sect, 3, Subsect. 7, p. 2, and Sect. 33, Subsect. 1, p. 20. It is suggested that these be 
omitted, as singling out for restrictive legislation medical men from among those who 
now receive “ single patients.” 

Sect. 37, p. 22. It is suggested that this section be omitted. If this section be not 
: omitted it is suggested that the person making application for discharge of a patient 
under this section should give adequate security for the payment of all necessary 
expenses, and that persons be disqualified to sign any medical certificate under this section 
who hold to the applicant under this section the same relations as the persons disqualified 
to sign under Section 14 hold to the ‘•petitioner” for an order for reception of an 
alleged lunatic into an asylum, etc. 

It is to be anticipated that, under this section vexatious, wholly unnecessary proceed¬ 
ings would sometimes be instituted, and that it is likely to lead to the discharge of 
persons who are in an unfit state for discharge. 

Sects. 43 and 44. It is suggested that these sections be omitted, or, failing this, that 
Sect. 44 be omitted, and the part of Sect. 43 fo.lowing the word “ be ” in 22,p. 26. 

The correspondence of patients in private asylums is thought to be already duly 
protected, inasmuch as all letters to certain authorities must be forwarded unopened, 
and any letter written by a private patient and not forwarded to the person to whom it 
is addressed must be endorsed to that effect, and be laid before the Visiting Commissioners 
or the Committee of Visitors, as the case may be, at their next visit. 

Sects. 5t to 60, p. 33, et seq. It is suggested that the provisions of the Bill be so altered 
as not to subject the registered lunatic hospitals to special restrictions and disabilities. 

Sect. 65, p. 36, line 38. It is suggested to omit the words ” wholly or in part belonging 
to the same local authority,” so that the services of medical officers in any two or more 
county or borough asylums"should count accumulatively towards pension as if all such 
service has been in one asylum, each such local authority to contribute its appropriate 
share. 

It is also suggested that officers and servants in county and borough asylums should be 
entitled to claim pensions as a right after a certain length of service with good conduct ; 
and that the medical officers should be placed, as regards this matter, on a footing 
analogous to that of members of the Civil Service. 









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Copies of these resolutions have been forwarded to the Home Secretary, 
and placed in the hands of members of Parliament, with a view of securing 
their adoption in the Bill now before the Law Committee. 

[It will be seen that many matters herein referred to are still in course of 
action, and further details as to the working of the Committee will be 
available before the annual meeting. The Committee, however, propose 
that, in making their final report, the necessary additions and alterations 
should be made to explain the course of events subsequent to the present 
interim Report.] 

Ernest Hart, Chainnan. 

The Chairman will make a verbal report of the proceedings subsequent 
to the above dates. 

Motion— 

“ That the Report of the Parliamentary Bills Committee be received and 
adopted.” 


REPORT OF INEBRIATES LEGISLATION COMMITTEE. 

Your Committee have pleasure in reporting various indications of increased 
interest, alike on the part of the Legislature and the people, in the ^ 
scientific treatment of the diseased inebriate. 

The enactment of permanent Jegislation, which was mainly the work of 
the Association, aided by the Society for the Study of Inebriety, has 
contributed sensibly to the beneficial working of the Inebriates Acts. 

It has been found that the change of title from “ Habitual Drunkards ” 
to “ Inebriates ” Act has smoothed the way to some individuals to avail 
themselves of the compulsory detention provisions of this instalment of 
sound legislative treatment, and that the new title, is more accurate, as 
there are not a few inebriates whose indulgence is not habitual, but 
periodical or occasional. 

The removal of the restriction of the justices attesting the applicant’s 
request for admission and detention to one county has also rendered 
entrance on curative treatment less forbidding. 

The limited power of appointment of a deputy to the licensee or medical 
superintendent has also been of service in sustaining and improving 
discipline. 

Your Committee have been cheered in their efforts to arouse the 
Legislature to a due sense of the need for more thorough-going legislation 
by the drafting of a proposed Scottish Bill (of which an analysis is 
appended) by a former Crown Agent for Scotland, Mr. Charles Morton, 
W.S. The remarkable importance of this Bill lies in the fact that, with 
all its drastic provisions, it has originated from a legal source, and that its 
principles have been approved by many of the most distinguished members 
of that profession in Scotland. An abstract of the Bill is appended to 
this report. 

While your Committee do not feel warranted in approving of all the 
provisions in this draft Bill, many of which are peculiar to Scotland, your 
Committee desire to record their high sense of the importance of such an 
influential legal demand for so thorough-going a measure. Your Committee 
have, however, heartily and formally approved of the leading features of 
the proposed Bill (1) The compulsory reception and detention of inebriates 
in properly conducted homes for the curative treatment of their diseased 
condition, (2) the payment of a portion of the necessary expenditure at the 
public charge, and (3) voluntary admission to a home without appearance 
before justices. 




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Your Committee also propose to issue a third circular to boards of 
guardians to ascertain their opinion as to the powers of detention, for 
purposes of c’lre, of destitute habitual drunkards, and as to payment in 
certain cases for their residence in properly conducted and authorised 
homes. 

The Committee recommend their re-election as follows :—The President 
and President-Elect, ex-officio ; Dr, T. Bridgwater, President of Council; 
Dr. Norman Kerr, Chairman ; Mr. D. B. Balding, J.P. ; Mr. H. Branth- 
waite ; Dr, C. Cameron, M. P. ; Dr. Alfred Carpenter, J. P. ; Dr. G. B. 
Clark, M.P. ; Dr. C. R. Drysdale ; Mr. George Eastes ; Dr. J. W. East- 
wood, J.P. ; Dr. R. Farqnharson, M.P. ; Sir Walter Foster, M.P. ; 
Mr. W. C. Garman ; Dr, J. Hill Gibson ; Dr. A. Grant ; Mr. F. J. Gray ; 
Dr. C). J. Haro; Mr. R. H. B. Nicholson; Surgeon-Major G. K. Poole, 
M.D. ; Mr. J. Prankerd; Surgeon-Major Pringle, M.D. ; Fleet-Surgeon 
G. Robertson, M.D. ; Dr. G. Danford Thomas, Coroner; Dr. H. W. 
Williams; Dr. Wynn Westcott; Dr. E. Hart Vinen ; and Mr. H. R. Ker. 

Norman Kerr, M.D., Chairman. 

Abstract of Scotch Bill. 

The care and treatment of persons who, although not exhibiting such symptoms as 
would warrant a medical practitioner to gi’ant a certificate for their confinement in a 
lunatic asylum, are yet labouring under a special form of mental disorder, the chief 
distinguishing features of which are,—excessive and secret indulgence in intoxicants, 
the craving for which is more or less persistent or occurring in fits, with remissions at 
intervals of time and a marked change in the mental powers and moral character. 

Clause I. Provides for repeal of existing Inebriates Acts, so far as relates to 
Scotland. 

ir. The Restorative Homes (Scotland) Act. 

III. “ District Homes,” premises, other than a lunatic asylum, licensed under this Act, 
under the management of District Boards of Lunacy. 

“ Private Homes,” licensed as above, but in the occupancy of private persons. 

“ Superintendent,” manager or principal officer of a District Home, and the licensed 
owner or owners of a licensed Private Home, and any manager or other principal officer 
appointed by him for the management thereof. 

“ Sheriff,” the sheriff and sheriff-substitute of county of patient’s residence, and also 
sheriff of county where Home is situated. 

IV. and y. The Board of Commissioners in Lunacy to inquire of each District Board 
whether separate District Homes, or one General Di.strict Home, or one or m- re Private 
Homes, should be established, and to report to the Secretary of State for Scotland, who 
can order the Board to carry out their decision. The report and the Scottish Secretary’s 
order to be laid before both Houses of Parliament. If no objection in Parliament 
during 40 days, the Scottish Secretary’s order to take effect. Estimates for sites, 
equipment, &c., of Homes to be subject to approval by General Board, the work being 
executed under the management of the District Board. 

VI. The necessary charges for the establishment and carrying on of approved Homes 
to be borne on the landward part of counties and upon the burghs (if for one General 
District Home) of all Scotland, (if for a separate District Home) of the district, accord¬ 
ing to the real rent of the lands and heritages. The proposed assessments to be raised 
under the same Acts as the assessment for Lunacy establishments. 

VII. Board empowered to grant a licence for general or separate District Home. 

YIII. When patient is fi’om another district. District Board to have power to charge 
proportion of cost to district of patient’s prior residence. 

IX. and X. District Homes to be vested in the District Board, which Board can 
acquire lands and borrow on security of the assessment. 

XI. Private Homes may be licensed by District Board on payment of a fee of £2 to 
the Board. 

XII. Board to frame rules and regulations for District and Private Homes, for 
medical attendance, &c., also for scales of payment for patients not entering voluntar¬ 
ily, subject to approval by the Scottish Secretary of State. 

XIII. and XIV. Secretary to appoint an Inspector with salary. Each Home to be 
inspected at least twice a year. 

XV. Register of Patients, along with such other books as Board may direct, to be 
kept. A copy of Regisur to be transmitted in each December to the Board. 

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XVI. Provides for admission (and detention for a limited time) to a Home on 
voluntary application. The superintendent, within two days of admission, to report to 
the Board. The superintendent of a Private Home may make special arrangements for 
board and fees. If no such agreement, the scheduled charges to be exigible. 

XYII. If patient refuses to apply voluntarily, any member of his family, or any other 
near relative, or a friend taking interest in him, or a magistrate in the public interest, 
may present an application to the Sheriff to grant an order for reception and detention 
in a District or Private Home. The application to be accompanied by a Statutory 
Declaration by the Applicant, and, if the patient have such friends, by a Statutory 
Declaration by two private friends, who shall have personally seen him within seven 
days, and also a certificate on soul and conscience by a registered medical practitioner, 
who shall have seen patient within seven days. If the patient have no private friends, 
there must be two medical certificates. The application may be for reception into a 
Home and for detention for a period not exceeding twelve months. On receiving the 
order from the Sheriff, the applicant, with the assistance (if necessary) of any of the 
attendants of the Home, or of oflicers of the law, can remove the patient to the Home. 
The Board to fix the scale of payment when there is no private arrangement. 

XVIII, Any patient can at any time apply to the Board by letter, or to the Sheriff by 
petition. The Board and Jhe Sheriff have both power to grant or refuse a discharge, 
subject to review by the Superior Courts. The patient can also apply to the Secretary for 
Scotland. 

XIX. Patient, unless discharged by the Board, the Sheriff, a Superior Court, or the 
Secretary, shall be detained for twelve months. The Board may postpone discharge for 
an additional three months on application either from original applicant or from any 
relative, with the consent of the persons who made the relative declarations. The 
Board may also dismiss any patient for insubordination, misconduct, disobedience to 
regulations, disturbance or annoyance to the officers or inmates of the Home. 

XX. Patient and his estate liable for patient’s board and treatment in District and 
Private Homes, and for all contingent expenses, as decerned for by the iSheriff on a 
summary petition by applicant, superintendent, or guarantor. 

XXI. The Board can transfer a patient from one home to another. 

XXII. The Board may grant occasional leave of absence, subject to withdrawal. In 
the event of escape, any Justice or Magistrate with jurisdiction in place where patient 
is found, or in the district from which he escaped, can, on summary application by the 
Superintendent, issue a warrant for the apprehension of the patient ; and, after appre¬ 
hension, the patient shall be taken back to the Home. 

XXIII. Any person aiding a patient to escape, or supplying anyone known to such 
person being an inmate of a licensed “ Home,” with wine, beer, spirits, or other 
alcholic stimulant (unless by order of the Medical Attendant), shall be liable to a penalty 
of £10, on application of the Superintendent to the Sheriff or a Justice of the Peace. 

XXIV. A penalty not exceeding £20 for any officer or attendant failing to comply 
with the provisions of the Act, or supplying stimulants or narcotics (except by order of 
the Medical Attendant) to any patient. 

The Board may revoke a licence to a Pi’ivate Home if the licensee prove to be unquali¬ 
fied or negligent. 

XXV. The Summary Procedure (Scotland) Act to be Incorporated with this Act. 

XXVI. Power to Members of the Board and Inspectors to visit all District and 
Private Homes, and to employ medical advice and assistance. Such expenses to be 
charged to the Board. 

XXVII. The Sheriff and any of the Visiting Justices can visit and inspect Homes. 

XXVIII. Any minister of the parish, and the patient’s own minister also any relative, 
can visit under such conditions as Superintendent and Medical Attendant, with sanction 
of the Board, lay down. 

XXIX. to XXXI. Ko action to lie against any medical or other person for applications, 
certificates, or declarations, unless on specific avermeuc of falsehood or malice, or of 
reckless and careless granting without inquiry, and of being untrue an i unwarrantable. 
Ho action can belaid alter the expiry of six months after the patient’s discharge. Ho 
action to lie against the Commissioners, or agaiust a superintendent of a District or 
Private Home, or occupant or owner of a Private Home, or agaiust any Attendant 
acting under orders of the Sheriff or the Board. Ho document to be invalid for defect 
in form. 


Motion— 

“ That the Report of the Inebriates Legislation Committee be received 
and adopted.” 




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REPORT OF THE SCIENTIFIC GRANTS COMMITTEE. 

The Scientific Grants Committee have to report that during the past 
year 1888-89 the sum of £419 has been granted in aid of scientific research, 
•of which the following are particulars : 


Ashdown, Dr. H. H., 49, Upper Bedford Place, Kussell Square, W.C., a Research £ s. d. 

upon Absorption from the Bladder. 15 o 0 

Batlance, Dr. C. A., 66, Harley Street, W. (renewed grants to Inoculate Anti- 
septically a large Variety of Animals with Caucer, and to keep them sub¬ 
sequently under observation for a period of not less than two years. In 
addition, it is proposed to continue and extend cultivation experiments ... 15 0 0 

■Cash, Dr J. T., 25, Dee Street, Aberdeen, Investigations with Regard to the 

Action of some Nitrites which differ from tliose already examined . 10 0 0 

Copeman, Dr. S. M., Physiological Laboratory, St. Thomas’s Hospital, S.R., a 
Research to find a Method of Definitely Determining whether a Blood 

Stain consists of Human Blood or that of one of the Lower Animals . 10 0 0 

Haldane, Dr. J. S., Cloanden, Auchterarder, to defray expenses in obtaining 
assistance in the carrying out of the Chemical Analyses connected with 

the Calorimetrical Work . 34 0 0 

Halliburton, Dr. W. D., 25, Maitland Park Villas, Haverstock Hill, N.W., an 
Investigation into the Chemical and Physiological Fluids of the Body 

(Blood, Milk, Exudations, etc.). 30 0 0 

H aycraft. Dr. J. B., F.R.S., tO. Ann Street, Edinburgh, in aid of two Heseares, 
the Chemico-Physical Character of Certain Proteids, and another which 
deals with the question of Capillary Hmmorrhage . 25 0 0 


Horsley, Professor V., the Brown Institution, Wandsworth Road, S.W., and 
Dr. Charles Beevor and Mr. Walter Spencer, for two researches: 1. Profes¬ 
sor Horsley and Dr. Beevor, on a Minute Analyis on the so-called Motor 
Cortex in the Monkey, and an Investigation into the Function of the 
Divisions of the Internal Capsule. 2. Professor Horsley and Mr. Spencer, 
on Cerebral Compression, the Symptoms it Produces, and Diagnosis of the 

Seat and nature of the Compression . 10 0 0 

Jessett, F. B., Esq, Upper Wimpole Street, W., in conjunction with Professor 

Victor Horsley, on some Experiments in Intestinal Surgery. 12 0 0 

Jones, H. Lewis, M.D., 6, West Street, Finsbury Circus, E.C, an Investigation 
into the Structure of the Liver of the Lower Vertebrates, with the object 
of finding out, if possible, the Significance of the Tubular Structure of the 
Mammalian Liver, and its Derivation from the Tubular Liver of the Lower 
Animals. The application is for a grant for the purchase or hire of a 


microtome and for material. 10 0 rt 

Lockwood, Mr. C. B., 19, Upper Berkeley Street, W., Pathology of Syphilis ... 25 0 0 
Luff, Dr. A. P., St. Mary’s Hospital, Paddington, W., an Investigation to Deter¬ 
mine the Clonnectlon (if any) of the Ptomaines or Animal Alkaloids with 
Infectious Fevers . 38 0 0 


'Reid, E. W., Esq., M.B., the Physiological Laboratory, St. Mary’s Hospital 
Medical School, Paddington, W., in aid of an Investigation to Determine 
to what Extent the Vitality of the various Epithelia covering the Cavities 
of the Body influence the Absorption of Different Substances, and to Observe 
the Effects of various Drugs tending to Exalt or Depress the Irritability of 
Protoplasm upon the Power of Absorption of these Cavities, the Vascular 

Factor being excluded. 20 0 0 

Robertson, Dr. R., West Hill House, Ventnor, Isle of Wight, the Respiratory 
Incapacity in Pulmonary Consumption, 1. To determine its extent in 
Relation to Obvious Physical Changes and Symptoms. 2. To Estimate as 
far as possible the Relative Extent and Influence of Changes in Pulmonary 
Tissue in the Blood, and in Muscular Vigour, and the Influence of such 

other Factors as Inquiry may discover or show to be important. 15 0 0 

Spencer, W. G., Esq., M.B., 94, Wimpole Street, W., in aid of Experiments to 
Observe whether the Treatment by Drugs affects the Course of Tuber¬ 
culosis artificially set up, etc. . 10 0 0 

Tomkins, Dr. Henry, Leicester, Researches (largely bacteriological), Causes of 

Summer Diarrhoea, particularly its Fatality and Prevalence in Leicester ... 20 0 0 

Tubby, A. H., P.R.C.S., mit lierrn Oberst. v. d, Heyde, Parkstrasse 13ti, Halle, 
o/S., a. To Ascertain the Limits of Toleration of the Peritoneal Cavity to 
Irritants, Chemical and Putrefactive (Micro-organic), b. To Ascertain the 
Length of Time necessary, and the Nature and Amount of the Irritant 
needful, to induce Morbid Change, and the Nature of those Morbid Changes. 
c. To Ascertain the Time neces.sary for the Formation of such Union 
between the Parts of Resected Intestine as will suffice to Prevent the 
Passage of Foreign Material from the Gut into the Peritoneal Cavity under 
varying conditims into Intestinal Activity, d. To Discover, if possible, a 
more Practicable Method of Suturing Resected Intestines, and one involving 

less time in its Application than that now in vogue. 30 0 0 

White, Dr. W. Hale, 65, Harley Street, W., in aid of a Research upon the Influ¬ 
ence of the Central Nervous System upon the Production of Pyrexia. 50 <• 0 


£419 0 0 











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The following amounts have been returned as unused 

Dr. H. H. A.shdown. 

Dr. S. M, Copeman. 

Dr. J. S. Haldane . 

Dr. W. D. Halliburton . 

Dr. j. B. Haycraft. 

Dr. H.L. Jones . 

Dr. A. P. Luff. 

Dr. E. Robertson . 

Dr. G. H. Savage . 

Mr. A. H. Tubby . 

Dr. H. Tomkins . 

Dr. W. H. White . 


£ 6. d. 
6 9 7 
2 19 3 
34 0 O 
9 9 9 

10 n 0 

13 3 
18 6 8 
15 0 0 
29 1 1 
27 14 I 
4 9 3 
38 17 0 


Total amount returned.£201 19 11 


Herbert H. Ashdown, M.B., who has received a grant for the purpose 
of conducting a research in the physiological laboratory of University 
College, London, upon the functions of the kidney, has found by quantita¬ 
tive analyses of urine secreted after section of the renal nerves, that a true 
paralytic secretion is caused ; and, further, that by the injection of different 
chemical substances into the blood an activity may be established in the 
organ, the nerves of which have been divided, entirely out of proportion to, 
and unrepresented by, that aroused in the unaffected organ. He has also 
shown that a reducing substance may make its appearance in the urine 
secreted by the kidney with divided nerves which cannot be found present 
in the secretion of the uninjured organ. This substance he has found to be a 
form of glycuronic acid, and that it is similar to the reducing substance 
which may be present in the urine after the administration of chloral, 
chloroform, morphine, and some other drugs. He has also been able to 
obtain this same reducing substance in quantity in the urine of otherwise 
apparently healthy individuals. 

Messrs. C, A. B^llance and S. G. Shattock’s investigations into the 
intimate pathology of cancer have been continued on the same lines as have 
been followed during the previous years in which a grant has been received 
by them from the Scientific Grants Committee of the British Medical 
Association. Many tumours have been examined microscopically, whilst 
other.s have been employed for culture experiments on various media, 
especially human serum. Further transplantation experiments have been 
carried out upon different kinds of animals, so as to discover, if possible, 
one in which the disease would grow, and might thus be studied. Up to 
the present time all the results have been negative, but the lifetime of 
cancer in the human subject is so long, that, until at least two years have 
elapsed, Messrs. Shattock and Ballance believe that no safe judgment could 
be hazarded about the transplantation experiments or the bacteriological 
cultivations. 

The research with regard to the action of some nitrites in furtherance of 
which Professor Cash, of Aberdeen, received a grant in the autumn of 188S 
is still in progress, but it is expected that it will be published in the course of 
this year. The nitrites of amyl, butyl, propyl, and ethyl, separated in a pure 
condition by Professor Hunstan, have been carefully examined, with regard 
to their physiological action upon man and the lower animals, and certain 
variations in their action ascertained, which will be fully described in the 
report, together with the methods employed in the investigation. 

Dr. S. Monckton Copeman has been engaged in a research on the medico¬ 
legal detection of human blood. The research was undertaken with the 
object of determining whether it was possible to distinguish human blood 
from that of the lower animals when dried on clothes, etc., the method 
followed depending on the different manner in which the haemoglobin of 
the blood crystallises in different animals. Human haemoglobin is usually 
stated to be noncrystallisable, but it was formerly found that if a drop of 
blood taken from a patient suffering from pernicious anaemia, who had not 



































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been treated with arsenic, was mounted on a glass slide, crystals of hfemo- 
^lobin always appeared in from ten to forty-eight hours without further 
preparation. Following out what appeared to be the condition here 
present, normal human blood was diluted with foreign (for example, sheeps’) 
serum and mounted in the same manner. If the serum were fresh, usually 
no crystals formed; but if it hadbeconae decomposed, they appeared readily, 
when it was found they consisted of radiic.td hpemoglohin. This was also 
the case when they were obtained by other methods, whereas the blood of 
all other animals except the monkey appears to crystallise as oxy-hcemoglohin^ 
while the blood of this animal can be distinguished from that of man by the 
different shape of the crystals. Further experiments showed that they 
could be obtained from very minute quantities of blood, and also from blood 
which had been allow'ed to dry on clothes : so that, if the stain be fairly 
recent and in not very minute quantities, it appears possible to prove the 
desired point. The report of the method will be published in detail in the 
Journal. 

Dr. J. S. Haldane has sent the following report on the progress of a 
research on the 'physiology of U'mpcratvire regulation in animals, for the 
purpose of which research he received last year a grant of £34 from the 
British Medical Association. At the outset of the work last summer Dr. 
Haldane found that the methods hitherto employed for the measurement of 
respiratory exchange of material were insufficient for the purposes of the 
present research. A new method had therefore to be devised; and he 
devoted considerable time to perfecting and very thoroughly testing it. 
Tne method will, it is believed, be equally valuable in these researches, 
involving accurate measurement of the respiratory exchange. Dr. Haldane 
found it necessary to make a considerable number of further experiments 
with a view to perfecting the calorimetric method employed. In conse¬ 
quence of the results of these experiments, and in view of the desirability 
of having apparatus suitable for larger animals than those hitherto employed 
a new calorimeter had to be obtained. Considerable delay occurred before 
it could be made, and the progress of the work has been much hindered 
from this cause. Dr. Haldane hopes, however, shortly to have ready for 
publication a paper containing the results of a first series of observations on 
animals and a description of the methods employed, and the experiments 
which have been made with a view to testing them. 

Dr. Halliburton has during the year been engaged in investigating the 
chemical properties of certain exudation and transudation fluids. A paper on 
cerebrospinal fluid has been sent to the Journal of Phyisology, of which an 
abstract wdll be sent to this Journal. The chief substances in this fluid 
to which Dr. Halliburton has directed his attention are (1) the protoids, 
which are found to consist chiefly of the peptone-like bodies known as 
albumoses ; (2) the reducing substance, which is found to be pyrocatechin, 
and not sugar ; and (3) the salts, W'hich do not apparently difier from those 
of the blood and lymph, in spite of Schmidt’s statement to the contrary. 
The peculiarities of this fluid in regard to its organic constituents separate 
it markedly from ordinary dropsical fluids, and justify its being classified 
as a secretion. Dr. Halliburton has done a good deal of work with dropsical 
fluids, but defers publishing his results until he has examined a greater 
number of these transudations. 

Dr. J. Berry Haycraft has made experiments in connection with capillary 
hemorrhage, which have progressed satisfactorily, and have yielded impor¬ 
tant results. The experiments in connection with the alkalinity of the 
blood, continued from last year, will be ready for publication in a month or 
so. In connection with these Dr. Haycraft has performed already over a 
hundred estimations of blood alkalinity. Dr. Haycraft reports that the 
research upon the chemico-physical chara^'icr of certain jynote-ds has cost him 
little money, and returns with thanks the £10 kindly voted him. Dr. 
Haycraftis anxious, however, to work at another branch of the same subject, 
in which case he would require the help of a skilled assistant who under¬ 
stands some chemical manipulation, as his own time is much broken up. 










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Professor Victor Horsley has been engaged in the continuation of experi¬ 
ments on the localisation of motor fuvction in the cortex and in the internat 
capsule. In addition, observations were made on similar localisation in the 
cortex of an orang outang; and the results obtained are about to be pub¬ 
lished by the Koyal Society, and embrace many new points. 

Mr. F. B. Jessett has forwarded a description of the methods adopted 
and results obtained from an experimerdal investigation into a novel mode 
<f performing operations in the intestines. The operations performed were 
gastro-enterostomy, jejuno-ileostomy, circular enterorrhaphy, and ileo- 
colostomy. The investigation was carried out at the Bi’own Institution, in 
conjunction with Mr. Victor Horsley, and assisted by Dr. Dove. The 
methods adopted in the investigation were those suggested by Professor 
Senn, of Milwaukee, and were performed shortly as follows:—Gastro¬ 
enterostomy and jejuno-ileostomy were performed with decalcified bone 
plates, each of which has an oval opening in its centre, and four perforations 
for sutures at the margin of the opening, one situated at each end, and one 
on each side ; sutures are passed through these perforations, and fastened 
at the back. The operation is performed by making a longitudinal incision 
in the middle line of the abdomen, between the ensiform cartilage and 
umbilicus, and thus opening the cavity of the abdomen; a portion of the 
stomach and a loop of the jejunum, as near to its origin as possible, are now 
drawn out of the wound, and packed round with either sponges or cotton 
wool, soaked in solution of carbolic acid (1 to 60). A piece of india-rubber 
tubing is next passed round the intestine above and below the point at 
which it is to be opened, and lightly tied. An opening is next made in the 
long axis of the gut and in the stomach, large enough to admit the bone 
plates, which are now slipped, one into the stomach, and the other into the 
intestine ; the lateral sutures, which are armed with needles, are now 
carried through all the coats of the stomach on the one hand, and the 
jejunum on the other, the end threads being left at the angle of the wounds 
of each viscus. The corresponding threads of the two plates are then tied 
firmly, the knots being embedded between the peritoneal surfaces of the 
intestine and stomach. The parts are then dropped back into the abdomeu, 
and the parietal wound closed in the usual manner. Jejuno-ileostomy and 
ileo-ileostomy are performed in identically the same manner, substituting 
two portions of the intestine. The operation can be easily performed in 
from fifteen to twenty minutes. Circular enterorrhaphy, as in cases of 
intestinal wounds, malignant disease, typhoid ulcer, or in any case in 
which it is deemed advisable to remove a portion of the intestine, is per¬ 
formed as follows :—The abdominal cavity being opened and the portion of 
intestine removed, a narrow baud of india-rubber is cut the exact length of 
the circumference of the upper portion of divided gut. This is formed into 
a ring by two catgut sutures. The ring is next pushed into the gut, and 
fastened round its free edge by a continuous catgut suture. Two threads, 
armed at each end with a common sewing needle, are prepared. One 
thread is passed through the upper end of the india-rubber ring, now fixed 
in the intestine and all the coats of the bowel, the needles being passed one 
on either side of the mesentery. The needles of the other thread are passed 
equi-distant through the rubber ring and the coats of intestine on the 
convex surface. The needles are next passed through the serous and 
muscular coats of the lower portion of bowel, about an eighth of an inch 
from its cut edge, at corresponding points. These threads are drawn 
tightly, and the upper portion of the intestine invaginated into the lower, 
so that the two peritoneal surfaces are in close contact, and the threads 
are then tied sufficiently firndy to prevent disinvagination. The bowel is 
then dropped into the abdomen, and the parietal wound closed in the usual 
manner. Ileo-colostomy, an operation especially applicable in cases of 
tumour or cancer of the colon, or intussusception of the ileum into the 
caecum and colon, is performed by lining the upper end of the intestine 
with india-rubber, in the same manner as described for circular enter- 



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orrhaphy. An incision is then made in the convex surface of the colon, 
and the threads passed through its muscular and serous coats on each side 
of the extremities of the incision. These threads are then’ drawn tightly, 
and the small intestine slipped into the slit in the colon, and the threads 
tied sufficiently firmly to secure the parts in apposition. The distal portion 
of the divided intestine is invaginated into itself, and fixed by a continuous 
suture passing through the serous and muscular coats only. These several 
operations have been performed by Mr. Jessett, assisted by Mr. Victor 
Horsley and Dr. Dove, with the following results, namely :—^T’wo cases of 
gastro-enterostomy with approximation discs. Both recovered without 
bad symptoms. Five cases of jejuno-ileostomy with approximation discs. 
All recovered without bad symptoms. One case of jejuno-ileostomy by 
implantation died of secondary hmmorrhage. Seven cases of enterorrhaphy 
by invagination. Four recovered ; the two first died directly from the 
operation, and one died of from obstruction caused by an enterolith. Three 
cases of ileo-colostomy by implantation. All recovered without bad 
symptoms. A series of the pathological specimens, the results of the above 
operations, has been accepted by the pathologist of the College of Surgeons 
Museum. The entire co'^t of the investiga’tion has been £J0 11s. 5d., of 
which he has received £12 from your Committee, and he has applied for a 
further grant of £8. 

Dr. Lewis Jones and Dr. T. W. Shore have been engaged in an investiga¬ 
tion into the structiiTP, of the V'^rtebrate and they have examined 

sections of the liver in all the classes of the vertebrata, and have found 
that in them all the type of the organ is that of a network of tubules ; in 
none have they found any vertebrata liver which is not a network. They 
put forward the suggestion that the liver is formed not by the outgrowth 
of rods of cells which coalesce and form a network, as described by Balfour, 
but that the network is produced by the breaking-up of an originally solid 
mass of ceils through the penetration into it of blood-vessels, and that the 
meshwork thus formed is more or less finely sub-divided acccording to the 
extent of the penetration. In the amphioxus the organ remains in its 
primitive condition, and in the lamprey the penetration of blood-vessels is 
very imperfect; but in other fishes, in amphibia, in reptiles, and in birds, 
the liver is plainly seen to consist of a network of tubules. In mammals 
the tubular arrangement is still present, but it has become obscured by the 
more abundant anastomoses of tubules which result from (1) the more com¬ 
plete penetration of blood-vessels, (2) the condensation of the tissue, and 
(3) the development of the lobule, a structural peculiarity confined to 
mammals, and existing in them in very varying degrees of perfection, which 
owes its existence to the formation of foci of drainage (intra-lobular veins), 
and a re-arrangement of the tissue around these foci. 

The grant to Mr. C. B. Lockwood was originally made with the view of 
investigating the'pathology of syphilis ; but as great difficulty has been met 
with in obtaining suitable material, other subjects have also been investi¬ 
gated. With regard to syphilis some material has been obtained and is in 
course of examination. In making cultures from the blood upon serum an 
important preliminary difficulty has been met with. The serum tubes, 
which were obtained from Germany, although apparently pure, were found 
to contain a motile bacillus, which stained the same as, and had the same 
morphological characters as, the syphilis bacillus, which some observers say 
they have cultivated in serum. This point is still in course of investigation. 
A number of inoculations have been made from the blood of cases of hectic 
fever, ejironic pycemia, and gonorrhoeal rheumatkm, and also from the joint 
fluid in the latter disease. The results of these experiments have been de¬ 
cidedly encouraging, and positive results have occasionally been met with, 
and will in due course be communicated to the Journal. A great many 
cultures have been made from operation wounds, and although the subject 
is one which has been much worked at, the results may some day prove 
worthy of being published. Mr. Lockwood regrets the slowness of the 
work, but the subject is one in which haste is impossible and quite incom¬ 
patible with any pretence to accuracy. 






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Dr. A. P. Luff has been engaged in a research io ascertain the connection 
of ptomaines or animal alkaloids with the infectious fevers, and has worked 
on the urines of patients suffering from two of the infectious fevers—typhoid 
fever and scarlet fever—with the view of determining whether any animal 
alkaloid was present in the urine during the height of the fever which was 
not present in normal urine. Dr. Luff has extracted from the urine of typhoid 
fever patients small quantities of two ptomaines, which he has obtained in 
a crystalline condition, and w'hich apparently have not been discovered 
before, since they present marked difference from the “typhotoxin” ob¬ 
tained by Brieger, and from the ptomaines extracted last year by Dixon 
Mann from the abdominal and thoracic viscera of a fatal typhoid fever case. 
Prom four gallons of urine collected from scarlet fever patients during the 
height of the fever, Dr. Luff obtained a small quantity of a semi-crystalline 
ptomaine in a pure state, and has determined its chemical tests, which he 
believes are characteristic, and, so far as he has been able to ascertain up 
to the present, it agrees with no known ptomaine or chemical substance. 

It is, he believes, a new and definite ptomaine. In the extraction of these 
ptomaines from the urine Dr. Luff has during the past three months em¬ 
ployed a new process, the elaboration of which took him nearly two months. 

As this process is a somewhat lengthy and tedious one, Dr. Luff proposes 
to defer its description to the full report which he will send later. Dr. 

Luff has been extremely careful that the urines upon which he has worked 
have only been collected from patients who at the time were taking neither 
alkaloidal nor antipyretic medicines. Dr. Luff has not yet obtained any 
ptomaine in sufficient quantity to determine its chemical composition by 
ultimate analysis ; this, however, he hopes to do, now that he has dis¬ 
covered a process which extracts the ptomaines in appreciable quantities. 

It is proposed to go on with the investigations. 

Dr. E. W. Reid has been endeavouring to determine to what extent the 
vital condition of the various epithelia lining the cavities of the body influ¬ 
ence the absorption of difftrent substances. The object of the research 
has been to add some data to the facts already known concerning the 
influence exerted on the process of osmosis through animal membranes by 
the vital condition of such membranes. In order to exclude the effects 
of variations in the blood stream the portions of membrane employed have 
been removed from the body, and the well known long persistence of the 
vitality of the piotoplasm of cold-blooded animals taken advantage of. In 
order to prolong the vitality of the exsected tissue, as loug as possible after 
removal from the body, a fluid was chosen which would have the smallest 
depressing action on the vitality of protoplasm consistent with sufficient fl 
density to give a fairly rapid indication of the process of osmosis. In 
obtaining such a fluid the duration of the movement of the cilia of ciliated 
epithelium, when immersed in the fluid, was taken as an indicator. The 
majority of the experiments have so far been conducted with the skin of the 
frog ; a few have been made with the gastric mucous membrane of the same 
animal. The author, however, is desirous of extending the latter series 
before publication. The Dutrochet osmometer has been employed in some 
cases, but the author bases most of his results upon experiments made with 
a form of osmometer which he has termed the discharging osmometer. In 
this instrument the pressure is kept constant in order to avoid any error from 
filtration. In all experiments the instruments have been worked in pairs, 
exactly equal areas of membrane being exposed in both instruments—one 
osmometer is thus used to control the results observed with the other. 

Dor recording purposes Dr. Reid has taken advantage of the photographic 
method in order to avoid friction. Two instruments have been devised ; 
in one, the differential recording osmometer, a pair of the discharging 
osmometers record continuously the difference between the volume of fluid 
passing through a normal piece of membrane and an equal area of the same 
membrane subjected to the conditions of the experiment. Units of length 
in the record have a definite relation to units of volume of fluid passing 




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through the membrane. The second instrument records the rise of fluid in 
the observation tubes of a pair of osmometers, in which the pressure at the 
commencement is zero, though as osmosis proceeds it gradually increases. 
Dr. Reid claims to have gained evidence of the following facts in the case 
of the skin of the frog:—1. A definite absorptive force, apart from the 
force of osmosis, is exerted by the skin of the frog, comparable to the secre¬ 
tive force of the cells of glands. 2. This force is dependent upon the 
vital condition of the skin. 3. After removal of the skin from the circula¬ 
tion the absorptive force gradually diminishes, but may persist for three 
days when the skin is kept in normal saline solution. 4. Reagents tending 
to depress the vitality of protoplasm, such as chloroform, digitaline, and 
distilled water, diminish the strength of the absorptive force, while it can 
be increased by such a stimulant as alcohol in dilute solution. 5. In conse¬ 
quence of this force acting in a direction from without inwards any 
alteration of the relation of the external surface of the skin to the denser of 
the two fluids employed in an ordinary osmosis experiment makes a 
difference in the rapidity of osmotic transference of fluid through the skin, 
according as the absorptive force is opposed to or in the same direction as 
the osmotic stream. 

The object of Dr. Robert Robertson’s inquiry has been to endeavour to 
ascertain the causes which lead to diminution of respiratory capacity in, 
pulmonary consumption, and to estimate how far that diminution is of a 
permanent character, and how far it depends upon causes which are or may 
be transient. The investigation as yet has been directed to obtaining some 
basis for separating the influence of interference with the access of air to 
the blood from the effects of changes in the blood itself as a respiratory 
medium, but the observations thus far, though considerable in number, are 
insufficient for the formulation of any general law upon the subject. Taking 
the results as provisional, it may be said : {a) That sphygmographic records 
warrant the opinion that the pulmonary blocking of the capillary vessels 
by the morbid process registers itself in the radial puls^-tracing, just as the 
blocking of air-cells by the same changes is indicated by spirometric 
measurements, although, of course, the modifications in the tracings do not 
permit of the same estimation of the magnitude of the capillary obstruction 
as do “ vital capacities ” of alveolar changes, [h] That deterioration in the 
quality of the blood does advance with advancing disease, but that neither 
the corpuscle-value nor the pigment-value of the blood coincides in rate of 
deterioration with that of spirometric capacity, nor do the deteriorations in 
blood-values coincide in rate or degree with each other. It is intended to 
continue this investigation until reliable conclusions are reached, and to 
extend it in other directions as may seem desirable. 

Dr. W. G. Spencer has been engaged in a research on the effect of drugs 
on the course oj tuberculosis. The object of the research has been to see 
what effect, if any, the administration of drugs to animals inoculated with 
tubercle would have on the course of the disease. Guinea-pigs have been 
used, as being most susceptible, inoculated with bovine or human lung 
tubercle. Thus the tuberculosis ran a rapid course in all the animals 
inoculated. The drugs were administered by subcutaneous injection, except 
in the case of bicarbonate of soda, which was given with the food. The 
doses were carefully regulated so as not to hurt in any way the animal. In 
no case of those given below in the table did the animal show any sign of 
suffering from the drug. Control animals were in all cases kept for com¬ 
parison. The results as yet have been entirely negative. 

Dr. H. Tomkins has been engaged in an inquiry into the etiology of 
iummer diarrhoea. This investigation was undertaken with a view of throw- 
ng some light upon the causes at work in producing summer diarrhoea in 
England, with its attendant excessive infantile mortality, more particularly 
as it affects Leicester, which suff ers more than any other English town. Dr. 



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Tomkins has been engaged upon this work during the summers of 1886, 
1887, and 1888. The general results arrived at so far are as follows ;—1. 
The disease is almost certainly of a specific character. 2. That it has 
increased considerably during the last quarter of a century. 3. That it 
affects not merely infants or young children, but, in an equal degree, 
persons aged 10 years and upwards, hut the mortality is confined to infants. 
4. That in those districts where the disease most prevails, there the air is 
most loaded with micro-organisms. 5. That the disease does not begin to 
prevail to any marked degree until the temperature of the earth has reached 
about 60® Fahr. at a depth of one foot. 6. That in those districts of the 
town where diarrhoea is most prevalent, a long continued pollution of the 
soil has been going on, and that the soil here shows an excess of bacteria 
compared with the soil of other parts of the borough. 7. That artificially 
cultivated microbes obtained from the air and soil of the ‘ ‘ diarrhoea dis¬ 
tricts ” are capable of producing diarrhoea on the human subject. 8. That 
post-mortem examination, in fatal cases, shows the chief pathological lesiona 
to be in the mucous membrane of the intestines ; in a few cases, doubtful 
changes in the kidneys were observed. That the conclusions arrived at from 
the above are :—That the prevalence of diarrhoea in Leicester is due to the 
heat of the summer sun acting upon a polluted soil, whereby large numbers 
of microbes are produced ; these become disseminated in the air, and that 
these or some of these, either as the direct result of their growth and 
multiplication, or of some product arising therefrom within the body, as 
well, probably, as articles of food, set up the diarrhoea, and that the special 
prevalence in Leicester is due to its topographical position and the character 
of its geological formation. 

The Committee have to report that of the amount granted last year— 
namely, £419, the sum of £201 19s, lid. has been returned as unused, and 
has been paid over to the Treasurer of the Association. 

The Committee recommend a Grant of £500 for the purposes of assisting 
researches in 1889-90, of which they recommend the application of £418 as 
below. The remaining sum to be applicable to further researches of which 
the details are under consideration. 

Grants for 1889-90. 


Renewed 

Grants. 



New Grants. 





£ 

s. 

d. 


£ 

s. 

d. 

Dr. Ballance ... 

20 

0 

0 

Mr. Bayliss . 

lo 

0 

0 

Dr. Haddon ... 

9 

3 

0 

Mr. Watson Chevne. 

40 

0 

0 

Dr. Haldane ... 

31 

0 

0 

Dr. Sberidan Delepine 

40 

0 

0 

Dr. Halliburton 

30 

0 

0 

Dr. Edington. 

40 

0 

0 

Dr. Hay croft ... 

10 

0 

0 

Mr. France . 

40 

0 

0 

Dr. Luff 

20 

0 

0 

Dr. Maguire. 

20 

0 

0 

Mr. Reid 

20 

0 

0 

Dr. McWilliam . 

25 

0 

0 

Dr. Halewhite... 

40 

0 

0 

Dr. Mott . 

20 

0 

0 


£183 

3 

0 


£235 0 0 


Renewed Grants. £183 3 0 

Kew Gi'ants. £23.5 0 0 


£418 3 0 

The objects of research to which the new grants are to be applied are as 
follows : — 

Mr. Bayliss.— Experiments on the pancrealic secretion with a view to 
discovering the nerves presiding over it, and to ascertain the nature 
of the inhibition stated to occur during vomiting, and on stimulating of 
the central end of the vagus or other sensory nerve. 

Mr. Watson Cheyne — For continuing some work on diseases of bones 
and the purchase of a microtome for cutting large and complete 
sections. 















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Mr. Sheridan Delepine.— In aid of a research on the meanings of the 
“ cardio-pneumatic ” movement, and on the modifications of that 
movement in disease. 

Dr. A. Edington. —(1) A critical re-investigation into the blood of 
scarlatinal patients at as early a date as opportunity affords. (2) A 
consideration of the (I) changes produced in the blood by the action 
of micro-organisms ; 1st, pathogenic ; 2nd, non-pathogenic. (II) The 
origin of the red blood-corpuscles in the adult. (Ill) The origin of 
pus from the cell elements—(a) of the blood: 1st, direct; 2ud, 
indirect—(6) of the tissues. (IV^) The part played by involuntary 
processes in the tissue cells with regard to tumour formation. (V) A 
consideration of the relationship of certain micro-organisms to tumour 
formation. 

IMr. France. —The tracing out of degenerations following artificial and 
carefully localised lesions in the monkey’s brain. 

Dr. Maguire.— Aid of a research upon the excretion of potash salts and 
phosphates in disease. 

Dr. McWilliam. —To investigate the action of ether and certain other 
drugs upon the vascular system in a new way which will afford a 
simultaneous record of the changes occurring in (1) the auricles, (2) 
the ventricles, (3) the arterial system as tested by the sphygmograph, 
and (4) the arterial system as indicated by blood pressure. 

Dr. Mott.— To ascertain (1) whether the muscles of adduction and 
abduction of the vocal chords are represented in the cortex cerebri by 
distinct localised centres ; (2) also to ascertain that the adductor 
muscles which are connected with phonation are much n)ore represented 
in the cortex than the abductor, thus explaining hysterical cramp of 
the glottis, the epileptic cry, laryngismus stridulus, and other functional 
disturbances of the brain associated with spasm of the glottis. 

Joseph Lister, Chairman. 

Motion— 

“ That the Report of the Scientific Grants Committee be received and 

adopted.” 


REPORT OF THE COLLECTIVE INVESTIGATION COMMITTEE. 

The Collective Investigation Committee beg to present the following 
report to the Council, to be laid before the annual meeting in Leeds. 

The report of the Committee during the past year has been limited to 
the completion of the inquiries which were in progress at the time of the 
last report. 

The report of the Committee upon the Geographical Distribution of 
Rickets, Acute Rheumatism, Chorea, Cancer, and Urinary Calculus in 
the British Islands was presented to the Council at its meeting on January 
16th in the form of a series of eighteen detailed maps, besides others of 
smaller size, and an explanatory commentary. The maps have been de¬ 
posited in the Library of the Association for the use of members. The 
commentary was published in the Journal of January 19th. 

The Secretary of the Committee has attended on its behalf, or has 
arranged to attend before the close of the year, the meetings of such 
Branches as have requested it, to exhibit the maps in question and 
explain the results of the inquiry. Arrangements will also be made to 
place the maps on view at the annual meeting. 

A report, prepared by Dr. Edward Casey, of Windsor, on the Causes 
of Death among Gouty People, supplementary to that on Habits of Intem¬ 
perance, was also published in the Journal of January 19th. 








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It having been brought to the notice of the Secretary to the Committee 
in February last that incorrect statements with regard to th3 results of 
the “Intemperance” inquiry had been widely circulated in a manner to 
mislead the public on an important sanitary question, a circular letter was 
drawn up by him in concert with the Committee on Inebriety, and for¬ 
warded to the principal London and provincial journals to caution the 
public against the statements in question. 

Since the completion of the Geographical Eeport the Committee has 
directed its efforts to the completion of the inquiries into Epidemics of 
Diphtheria and the Etiology of Phthisis. A report upon the returns 
received will be prepared by the Secretary, and presented before the end 
of September; but the Committee regret to say that the returns upon 
these subjects have been so few that they do not feel justified in recom¬ 
mending the Association either to continue these inquiries further, or to 
enter, at the present time, upon fresh ones. They would regard it as the 
better course to abandon the work of Collective Investigation for the time 
being, and to allow the Committee to lapse at the end of its current year 
of office—namely, on October 1st next. 

At the same time, they wish again to express their opinion that, con¬ 
sidering all the difficulties of the undertaking, the results which have been 
obtained are quite sufficient to justify the action of the Association in 
•entering on the work, and their hope that a resumption of collective 
inquiry may be counted among the possibilities of the future. 

They also wish to express their deep sense of the liberality and public 
spirit which have throughout marked the action of the Council and the 
Association in dealing with the subject. 

G. M. Humphry, Chairman. 

Motion— 

“That the Report of the Collective Investigation Committee be recei'^ed 
and adopted.” 


REPORT OF THE THERAPEGTIC COMMITTEE. 

During the past year the Committee have instituted pharmacological in¬ 
vestigations under the direction of Dr. Lauder Brunton, and of Professors 
Leech, of Manchester, and Cash, of Aberdeen, 

A . The researches undertaken under the direction of Dr. Brunton were— 

1. A Contribution to our Knowledge of the Physiological Action of 
Antipyrin, by Rayner D. Batten, M.D.,B.8., and T. J. Bokenham, L.R.C P., 
L.S.A. The full paper appeared in the Journal of June 1st, 1889. A 
Research on Antifebrin is also in progress. 

2. A Research on the Value of Certain Reputed Antiseptics (Sodium, 
Silicofluoride, and Helenine) as protectives from Anthrax and Tuberculosis, 
by T. J. Bokenham, L.R.C.P. An abstract of the work as yet done is 
appended, but the research is not completed. 

3. On the Action and use of Tertiary Amyl Nitrite (Bertoni’s Ether), by 
T. J. Bokenham, L.R.C P., L.S.A., and E. Lloyd Jones, M.B., B.C. A 
paper is in preparation, and will include (1) an abstract of Bertoni’s paper, 
(2) Action of Drug on Animals, (3) Action on Patients. 

4. On the Action of Iso-Amyl Nitrite Compared to that of Amyl Nitris 
B.P. and Butyl Nitrite, by T. Lauder Brunton, M.D., F.R.S., and T. J. 
Bokenham, L.R.C.P., L.S.A. 

B. Under the direction of Professor Leech, of Manchester. 







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5. A Contribution to the Pharmacology of Phenacetin, by R, B. Wild, 

M.D. 

6. The Action of Sulphates, by Professor Leech and Dr. E. B. Wild. 

G. Under the direction of Professor Cash, of Aberdeen. 

7. Observations on the Pharmacology of Urethan, by John Gordon, 
M.D., Assistant to the Professor of Materia Medica in the University of 
Aberdeen. Influence on (1) nitrogenous excretion in the urine ; (2) blood- 
pressure, pulse, and respiration ; (3) reflex functions of the cord ; (4) nerve 
and muscle. Paper to be read at the meeting at Leeds. 

8. On the Action of Certain Inorganic Salts on the Vitality of Muscle, 
by A. R. Cushing, M.A., M.B. Various salts of potassium, sodium, aud 
calcium have been tested by the method of immersion. Attention directed 
to (1) spontaneous movement of muscle ; (2) retention or increase of its 
minimal irritability ; (3) protraction of rigor. 

During the ensuing year the Therapeutic Committee would propose to 
extend their work in two directions— 

1. The pharmacological researches to be continued on the same lines as 
during the past year. The investigation would be initiated by individual 
members of the Committee, who would personally supervise the researches. 
Notice of the work being done or proposed to be done would be sent to the 
Secretary, who would inform members of the Committee of the researches 
undertaken. 

2. The Committee desire to extend their work to purely therapeutical, as 
distinguished from pharmacological, questions—the utility of drugs in the 
treatment of disease. The action of the researches could be determined by 
the Committee and in lines directed by them. The Committee would, in 
fact, take charge of the investigations. The Committee would select a 
certain number of workers, but all members of the Association would be 
invited to co-operate. 

3. The expenses both of clinical and pharmacological work wouldl be 
defrayed out of the funds allowed the Committee. Such expenses would 
be for (1) drugs ; (2) chemical reagents; (3) glass apparatus ; (4) instru¬ 
ments ; (5) material; (6) time expended by students and residents in hos¬ 
pitals, or others, on the investigation ; (7) clerical work. 

4. The results would be published in the Journal after being submitted 
to the Committee. 

5. For the expenses the Committee request a grant of £200. 

T. Lauder Brunton, Chairman. 

Motion— 

“That the Report of the Therapeutic Committee be received and 
adopted.” 


NOTICES OF MOTION. 

Mr. Rivington gives notice that he will move, on the reading of the 
report of the Council:—“That it is the opinion of this meeting that the 
Members of the Royal College of Surgeons of England should have a voice 
in the management of that College and the election of its Council, and that 







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it be an instruction to the Council of this Association to further this object 
through the action of the Parliamentary Bills Committee, or a Special 
Committee to be appointed for the purpose at this Annual Meeting. 

Dr. Edwin Rickards hereby gives notice that, at the Annual Meeting 
to be held at Leeds in August next, he will move :—“That it be a 
recommendation to the Council of the British Medical Association that a 
decennial index of the contents of the British Medical Journal from its 
commencement up to the present time be made, and that in future, in 
addition to the annual index, a quinquennial one be issued.” 

Mr. J. Brindley James will move:—“That the British Medical 
Association shall give active support and assistance to any scheme that has 
in view the establishment of hospital co-operation with a view to the 
better conducting of the out-patient department of our general hospitals, 
raising thereby the standard of hospital practice and extinguishing the 
raison d'etre of so-called provident dispensaries and op en surgeries, thus 
enabling general practitioners to gain an honourable livelihood.” 

Dr. Ogilvie Grant gives notice that at the meeting at Leeds, he will 
move:—“That the travelling expenses of representatives of Branches i 
incurred in attending meetings of the Council in London be defrayed out of 
the funds of the Association.” 

Dr. Rentoul gives notice that he will move :— “ That, recognising the 
fact that there is an abuse of the out-patient department of our medical 
charities, this meeting of the British Medical Association resolves : ” 

1. That medical practitioners and the managers of our medical charities 

in the various towns and cities meet together and decide who are eligible 
for out-patient medical aid. This meeting suggests that the following 
‘ ‘ wage limit ” be adopted :—When a man and wife make 25s. per week 
and over, or a single person 20s. per week and over, that these shall be 
inelegible for out-patient treatment at the medical charities—except in 
cases of accident—and that those earning a similar rate of wage be in- 1 

eligible for “home visits that is, visits paid by the staff of the medical i 

charities to sick persons at the patient’s home. Further, that either the 
Manchester system of checking abuse, or that used at the London and St. 
Bartholomew’s Hospitals be put into force, but that preference be given to 
the plan used in Manchester. 

2. In order that those who shall be excluded from the out-patient depart¬ 
ment of our medical charities (by the working of the previous resolution) 
may have the means of obtaining immediate and efficient medical, surgical, 
and dental treatment, and medicines, this meeting resolves, that a Public 
Medical Service—such as that suggested in the Journal of June 22nd, 
1889—be formed, and that this service embrace those wage-earners who 
are making under 45s. per week per family, and single persons under 30s. 
per week. And that the medical practitioners, dental surgeons, chemists, 
and hospital managers are requested to bring about this hospital reform, 
and establish a Public Medical Service with as little delay as possible. 




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3. That having secured hospital co-operation, and having established a 
Public Medical Service, the members of this Association appoint a Commit¬ 
tee, composed of two representatives elected by each Branch, and that this 
Committee draw up a series of rules for the formation and working of a 
provident system, whereby wage-earners receiving up to 45s, per week per 
family, and single persons 30s. per week, may, by making periodic pay¬ 
ments during health and sickness, provide themselves, th nr wives, and 
children with efficient medical and surgical treatment, and medicines. 

4. That the principle of a “wage limit” be adopted, and worked by 
friendly societies, tontines, and sick insurance companies; or that a “sliding 
scale ” of payments be made to their medical practitioners, so that the 
present abuses may be rectified. This scale of payments to be drawn up 
by the Committee constituted as by Resolution 3. This meeting suggests 
that the minimum medical fee paid by such sick clubs shall be 6s. per 
annum, per member ; that the person proposed for membership pay a fee 
of 3s. 6d. for the medical examination (whether admitted to membership or 
not) to the practitioner who so examines ; that the sum of Is. be paid for each 
certificate to the practitioner by the person who obtains it; and that the 
sum of 8d. be paid for each prescription dispensed. This meeting earnestly 
request the various authorities of friendly societies, tontines, and sick insur¬ 
ance companies, to make provision for surgical and dental treatment, and to 
draw up a scale of fees for the same, so that they may not be dependmg on 
the medical charities for relief. 

5. That this meeting, recognising the fact that there are a great number 
of beds in the Poor-law infirmaries (there being no less than 12,000 in 25 
metropolitau Poor-law infirmaries), and many in the various fever hospitals 
at present unused for the clinical teaching of students, and giving due 
weight to the statement made in the Metropolitan Asylums Board Report 
of 1889, page 18, that: “ Your Committee cannot fail to observe the large 
proportion of mistakes which are made in the diagnosis of cases of small¬ 
pox and fever,” desire to express their regret that the Poor-law infirmaries 
and fever hospitals are not open for the clinical instruction of medical 
students, and hope that the various authorities will direct their attention 
to the removal of the present restrictions, so that the educational standard 
may be improved, it being essential to the health of cities and towns that 
medical practitioners may be able to recognise fever cases at the earliest 
possible period. 

6. That the Council and Journal of the Association help in every legiti¬ 
mate way to bring the above resolutions to a successful issue. 

Dr. Hugh Woods hereby gives notice that he will move that voting by 
proxy be permitted at the general meeting of the Association, in all ques¬ 
tions afifecting the general welfare of the Profession. 



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Sectional Sriangcmcnts* 


The following Discussions and Papers are promised up to the present time. 
Members are requested to attend to the regulations for Papers and 
Speeches during the meeting, (See page 36 .) 

Section A.—MEDICINE. 

(Head Mistress’s Room, Mechanics’ Institute.) 

A. Medicine. — President, 3ohn Edwin Eddison, M.D. Vice-Presidents, 
Charles Parsons, M.D.; Robert Saundby, M.D. Honorary Secretaries, 
Alfred George Barrs, M.D., 22, Park Place, Leeds; Theodore Dyke Acland, 

M. D., 7, Brook Street, Grosvenor Square, W. 

The proceedings of this Section will be opened by the President on 
Wednesday, August 14th, at 10 a.m., after which Dr. R. Douglas Powell 
will read a paper on the Clinical Aspects of Chronic Tubercular 
Diseases of the Serous Membranes and their Treatment. Sir 
Andrew Clark, Drs. Vincent Harris, Roberts, Samuel West, Churton, 
Cheadle, Handford, More Madden, and Burney Yeo have promised, if 
possible, to take part in the discussion. 

On Thursday, August 15th, a paper will be read by Dr. Pavy on the 
Prognosis of Cases of Albuminuria, with Special Reference to 
Life Insurance. Sir W. Roberts, Drs. Goodhart, Maguire, Pye-Smith, 
Ralfe, Rabagliati, C. R. Drysdale, Robert Barnes, De Havilland Hall, 

N. Tirard, Joseph Ewart, T. Cranstoun Charles, and Saundby hope to take 
part in the discussion. 

The following papers are promised : 

Bateman, F., M.D. (Norwich). On the Jurisprudence of Aphasia. 
Brown-Sequard, C.E. The Toxicity of Expired Air and its Connection 
with Pulmonary Tuberculosis. 

Churton, T., M.D. 

Drysdale, C. R., M.D. The Alleged Rarity of Phthisis among the Jews 
in London. 

Eccles, a. Symons, M.B. The Influence of Massage on the Rate of 
Absorption from the Intestines. 

Finucane, T. D., M.D. (Blackrock). On Asiatic Cholera. 

Flood. A. W., L.R.C.P. & S.,Edin. On Ringworm and its Treatment 
Greene, G. E. J. (Ferns, Co. Wexford). Notes on Rotheln. 

Haig, A., M.D. On the Connecting Link between the High Ten.sion Pulse 
and Albuminuria. 

Handford, H., M.D. On the Relations of Arterial Hypoplasia to Cardiac 
Disease. 





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Harley, Vaughan, M.B. Abscess of the Liver : Treatment. 

Johnstone, Thos., M.D. 1. Case of Massage. 2. Ilkley as a Resort for 
the Asthmatic. 

Little, J. Fletcher, M.B. The Modern Treatment of Palsies. 

McNaught, Dr. A Case of Dilatation of the Stomach accompanied by the 
Eructation of Inflammable Gas. 

Madden, T. More, Esq. Clinical Experiences of the Chronic Tubercular 
Diseases of Childhood. 

Maguire, R., M.D. Presystolic Murmur without Organic Mitral Disease. 

Pearse, T. F., Esq. The Use and Abuse of Soap. 

Thomas, W. R., M.D. On Phthisis, with Remarks on the Varieties of 
Climatic Treatment. 

Thudichgm, J. L. W., M.D. On the Demodex Folliculorum, the Parasite 
of the Acne Punctata of Man and the Mange of the Dog. 

Tirard, N., M.D. Peptonuria aud the Fehling Test. 


Section B.—SURGERY. 

(Lecture Theatre No. 13, School of Science). 

B. Surgery. — President, Thomas Richard Jessop, F.R.C.S. Vice- 
Presidents, Edward Atkinson, M.R.C.S.; Arthur F. McGill, F.R.C.S. ; 
Henry Morris, F.R.C.S. Honorary Secretaries, Arthur W. Mayo Robson, 
F.R.C.S., Hillary Place, Woodhouse Lane, Leeds ; Edward Ward, M.B., 
22, Park Place, Leeds. 

Arrangements have been made in this Section for the consideration of 
four special subjects, and the gentlemen whose names are appended have 
promised, if possible, to take part in the discussions. 

The President of the Surgical Section will give an Opening Address 
on the Treatment of Cancer of the Rectum. The following 
gentlemen will take part in the discussion :—Mr. Mitchell Banks 
(■Liverpool), Mr. Bond (Leicester), Mr. Bryant (London), Mr. Harrison 
Cripps (London), Mr, Christopher Heath (London), Mr. Whitehead 
(Manchester), Dr. Alexander (Liverpool), Mr. H. Allingham (London), Mr. 
Alfred Cooper (London), Dr. Ward Cousins (Southsea), Mr. Vincent 
Jackson (Wolverhampton), Mr. Jordan Lloyd (Birmingham), Mr. F. Marsh 
(Birmingham), Dr. James Murphy (Sunderland), Mr. Bennett May (Bir¬ 
mingham), and Mr. F. B. Jessett (London). 

Mr. Henry Morris will open a discussion on the Surgery of the 
Kidney. Professor Annan dale (Edinburgh), Mr. Rickman Godlee (Lon¬ 
don), Mr. Bennett May (Birmingham), Dr. Newman (Glasgow), Mr. 
Lawson Tait (Birmingham), Mr. Bruce Clarke (London), Mr. Kenda 
Franks (Dublin), and Mr. R. Lawford Knaggs (Huddersfield), will take 
part in the discussion. 

Mr. Frederick Treves will open a discussion on the Surgical Treat¬ 
ment of Typhlitis after the discussion on Renal Surgery. 

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Mr. A. F. McGill will open a discussion on the Treatment of 

Retention of Urine from Prostatic Enlargement. Mr. Edward 

Atkinson (Leeds), Mr, A. E. Durham (London), Mr. Reginald Harrison 

(Liverpool), Mr. Berkeley Hill (London), Mr. Bruce Clarke (London), Dr. 

Ward Cousins (Southsea), Mr. Vincent Jackson (Wolverhampton), Mr. 

Jordan Lloyd (Birmingham), Mr. Bennett May (Birmingham), and Mr. W. 

Whitehead (Manchester) will take part in the discussion. 

The following further papers are announced : 

Adams, W., Esq. (London). On the Successful treatment of Cases of 
Congenital Displacement of the Hip-joint by Complete Recumbency 
W'ith Extension for two years. 

Alexander, W., M.D. (Liverpool). The Surgical Treatment of Epilepsy. 

Bishop, E. Stanmore (Manchester). 1. Some Points in the Technique of 
Morton’s Operation for Spina Bifida. 2. Will show a Splint Cradle 
for Excision of the Hip-jomt and Osteotomy. 

Cripps, Harrison, Esq. (London). A Series of Cases of Cancer of the 
Rectum treated bj- Excision or Colotomy. 

Franks, Kendal, F. R.C.S. Subcuticular Suture. 

Hern, John, M.D. (Darlington). The Advisability of Aspiration of the 
Protruded Gut in Recently Strangulated Hernia, and Notes of Cases. 

Hume, G. H., M.D. (Newcastle). On combined External and Internal 
Urethrotomy in the Treatment of certain cases of Stricture. 

Jones, Robert, Esq. (Liverpool). 1. The Treatment of Joint Disease by 
Prolonged Fixation. 2. The Treatment of Certain Cases of Peri¬ 
rectal Abscess by Partial Removal of the Sacrum. 

Keetley, C. B., Esq. (London). Compression of the Abdominal Aorta by 
an Instrument passed through a Small Opening in the Anterior Wall 
of the Abdomen. 

Keller, Otto E., M.D. (London). Trephining in a Case of Actinomycosis 
of Brain. 

Lloyd, Jordan, Esq, (Birmingham). Abdominal Section for Acute Intesti¬ 
nal Obstruction. 

Marsh, F., F.R.C.S., will exhibit a Patient after Madelung’s Operation 
with subsequent Excision of Rectum. 

Otis, F. N., M.D. (New York). A Resume of the Experience of Seventeen 
Years in the Operation of Dilating Urethrotomy. 

Parker, Rushton, Esq. Cerebral Tumour removed Successfully. 

Parsons, J. Inglis, M.D. (London), On the Arrest of Growth in Cancer, by 
a Powerful Interrupted Voltaic Current. 

Pearse, T. Frederick, Esq. (London). The Treatment of Empyema. 

Robson, A. W. Mayo (Leeds). 1. Two Hundred Consecutive Cases of 
Abdominal Section, with remarks. 2. Successful Case of Cholecyst- 
enterostomy for Biliary Fistula. Patient shown. 

Silk, J. F. W., M.D. (London). Ether as an Adjunct to Nitrous Oxide 
Anaesthesia in Minor Surgery; with some general remarks upon 
Ether Narcosis and the teaching of Anaesthetics. 

Spicer, Scanes, M.D. Note on a Case of Progressive Induration of Cervical 
Glands Simulating Malignant Disease, but readily yielding to the 
Treatment of Chronic Post-Nasal Catarrh. 

Stokes, Sir Wm. Thyrotomy in the Treatment of Laryngeal Cancer. 



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Section C.—OBSTETRIC ^MEDICINE AND 
GYNECOLOGY. 

(Engineering Class Room, Mechanics’ Institute.) 

C. Obstetric Medicine and Gynaecology. — Preddent, Charles J. 
Cullingworth, M.D. Vice-Presidents, James Braithwaite, M.D. ; J. W. 
Byers, M.D. Honorary Secretaries, F. Hall, M.D., St. Mark’s House, 
Leeds; Peter Horrocks, M.D., 9, St. Thomas’s Street, S.E. 

Dr. Braxton Hicks, F.R.S., will open a discussion on the Treatment 
of Placenta Praevia. Drs. Robert Barnes, Murdoch Cameron, Gervis, 
W. Goodell (Philadelphia, U.S.), Robert Harvey (Bengal), Aust Lawrence, 
Malins, Murphy, Playfair, Priestley, Macnaughton Jones, Robert Bell, 
William Walter, Wallace, and Messrs. Hall and Wright are expected to 
take part in the discussion. 

Dr. Herman will open a discussion on Corporeal Endometritis, its 
Frequency, Diagnosis, and Treatment. Drs. Braithwaite, Byers, 
Murdoch Cameron, Halliday Crbom, Duke, Elder, Gervis, Goodell (Phila¬ 
delphia, U.S.), A. W. Johnstone (Danville, U. S.), Handheld Jones, Aust 
Lawrence, Playfair, Robert Bell, William Walter, Priestley, Wallace, 
Macnaughton Jones, Aveling, and Messrs. Pridgin Teale and More Madden 
are expected to take part in the discussion. 

The following further papers are announced : 

Armstrong, J., M.B. The Use of Antiseptics in Midwifery. 

Bell, R., M.D. On the Relation of Endometritis to Ovarian Disease, and 
will also show some instruments. 

Cameron, Murdoch, M.D. Cesarean Section, with Notes of a Second 
Successful Case. 

Croom, J. Halliday, M.D. 1. On the Shedding of the Decidual Membrane 
late in the Puerperium. 2. On Encysted Tubercular Peritonitis 
Simulating Ovarian Tumour. 

Duke, Alexander, F.K.Q.C. P. I. 1. Additional Traction in Forceps Cases 
as an Alternative to Craniotomy. 2. New Plan of Plugging the 
Cervix Uteri in Metrorrhagia. 

Handfield-Jones, M., M.D. On Cardiac Insufficiency in its Relation to 
Abortion. 

Johnstone, A. W., M.D. (Danville, U.S.A.) The Mechanics of Puberty. 
Lawrence, A. E. Aust, M.D. (Bristol). Notes on Cases of Concealed Post- 
Partum Haemorrhage. 

Madden, T. More, M.K.Q.C.P.I. On Some Points in the Treatment of 
Uterine Cancer. 

Natrne, j. Stuart, Esq. Some Practical Points in the Surgical Treatment 
of Cancer of the Uterus. 

Playfair, W. S., M.D. An Estimate of the Value of Electricity in 
Gynaecology. 

Roberts, Arthur, M.D. (Keighley). Concealed or Ante-Partuiji 
Haemorrhage. 



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Sinclair, W. J., M.D. (Manchester). 1. Vaginal Hysterectomy for Cancer^ 
with notes of ten Cases. 2. Oophorectomy in the Treatment of 
Certain Neuroses ; with Cases. 

Walter, Wm., M.D. A Case of Total Extirpation of Uterus for Cancer. 


Section D.—rUBLIC MEDICINE. 

(Philosophical Hall.) 

D. Public Medicine.— Edward Ballard, M.D., F.R.C.P.,. 
F.R.S. Vice - PresideMts, George Goldie, L.R.C.P.,Edin. ; Benjamin A. 
Whitelegge, M.D. Honorary Secretaries, George Eastes, M.B., F.R.C.S.,, 
35, Gloucester Place, Hyde Park, W. ; Arthur Stopford Underhill, M.D., 

D. P.H., Great Bridge, Tipton, Staffs. 

The following special subjects will be considered in this Section: 

1. Medical Officers of Health : their Training and the 
Conditions on which they should hold Office. The President 
of the Section will introduce this subject. Dr. John Brown (Bacup), Dr. D. 

E. Flinn (Kingstown), Dr. G. E. J. Greene (Ferns), Mr. J. Brindley James 
(London), and others have promised to read papers or take part in the 
discussion. Dr, C. F'. Moore, Dublin, will contribute Notes on the Dis¬ 
posal of Town Refuse and Excremental Matter. 

2. Disinfection and Isolation: with special reference to the 
control of Epidemics. Dr. C. H. Allfrey (St. Mary Cray) will read a 
paper on “The Management of Infectious Diseases in Hotels.” Dr. W. 
Squire will read a paper on ‘ ‘ Disinfection and Isolation as necessary to the 
Control of Epidemics.” Dr. C. R. Drysdale (London), Dr. E. W. Hope, 
and Dr. Joseph Loane (London) will take part in this discussion. 

3. Town Refuse: its Treatment and Disposal. Excremental 
Matter: its Treatment and Disposal by other Methods than that of Sewers. 
Dr. E. Slade-King (Ilfracombe) will read a paper on “ Town Refuse : its 
Collection and Disposal in Smaller Towns.” Dr. M. Greenwood, jun., will 
read a paper on “Dusting in our Large Towns,” and will take part in the dis¬ 
cussion on “ Town Refuse : its Treatment and Disposal.” Dr. D. E. Flinn 
(Kingstown), Dr. G. E. J. Greene (Ferns), and others will also take part in 
this discussion. Dr. C. F. Moore, Dublin, will contribute Notes on the 
Disposal of Town Refuse and Excremental Matter. 

4. Diseases and Injuries caused by Special Occupations : 
with reference to their Prevention. Dr. T. Churton (Leeds), 
Dr. J. T. Arlidge, Dr. G. E. J. Greene (Ferns), and others will take part in 
the discussion. 

5. Contamination of Drinking-water by Lead its Causes 
and Prevention Dr. Sinclair White (Sheffield) will read a paper oil 
this subject. Dr. John Brown (Bacup), and Dr. T. Churton (Leeds) will 
take part in this discussion. 





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The following further papers are announced : 

Arlidge, J. T., M.D, (Newcastle-under-Lyme). On Diseases in Some 
Occupations Produced by Noxious or Poisonous Dusts. 

Churton, T., M.D. (Leeds). Results of Twelve Months’ Systematic 
Inquiry into the Sanitary State of the Homes of Hospital In-patients. 

Drysdale, C. R.,M. D. (London). Class Mortality Statistics. 

Plinn, D. E., F.R.C.S.I. (Kingstown), On the Public Cleansing of Towns 
viewed in Relation to Public Health. 

James, J, Brindley, M.R.C.S. (London). 1. Town Refuse : its Treatment 
and Disposal. 2. A Cabinet Minister of Public Health. 

King, E. Slade, M.O.H. ^Great Torrington). Town Refuse : its Collection 
and Disposal in the Smaller Towns, 


Section E.-PSYCHOLOGY. 

(Class Room 3, School oe Science.) 

E. Psychology. — President, D. Hack Tuke, F.R.C.P., LL.D. Vice- 
Presidents, W. Bevan Lewis, L.R.C.P. ; Ringrose Atkins, M.D. Honorary 
Secretaries, John Greig) McDowall, M.D., Menston Asylum, near Leeds ; 
Robert Percy Smith, M.D., Bethlem Royal Hospital, S.E. 

Presidential Address, Dr. Hack Tuke, on the Past and Present 
Provision for Pauper Lunatics ia Yorkshire, introducing for dis¬ 
cussion the question, “ Ought the Future Provision for this Class to be on 
the Same Lines?” Drs. Bevan Lewis and Yellowlees will take part in the 
discussion. 

Dr. W. \Y. Ireland will open a discussion on the Double Brain, and 
the Discordant Action of the Two Hemispheres in Insanity. 
Drs. Bevan Lewis, Hughlings Jackson, Fletcher Beach, and T. Otterson 
Wood, will take part in the discussion. 

Dr. F. Warner, as Secretary of the Committee (appointed at the Glasgow 
meeting in 1888), will read their report, and introduce a discussion on the 
Draft Report of the Committee appointed to conduct an Investigation as to 
the Average Development and Condition of Brain Function 
among the Children in Primary Schools. Drs. Fletcher Beach, 
Savage, Ireland, Henry Ashby, and Shuttleworth will join in the dis¬ 
cussion on Dr. Warner’s report. 

The following papers are promised : 

Beach, Fletcher, M.B. Some further facts respecting the Causation of 
Idiocy and Imbecility. 

Bateman, F., M.D. On Hypnotism, with special reference to Certain 
Experiments at La Salpetri^re. 

Bullen, F. St. John, M.R.C.S. An Analysis of 1,565 Post-Mortem Exam¬ 
inations of the Brain, performed at the Wakefield Asylum during a 
period of eleven years. 

Robertson, George, M.D. Melancholia from an Evolutionary and Physio¬ 
logical Point of View. 



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Savage, G. H., M.D. Massage Treatment of Some’Forms of Melancholia. 
Shuttleworth, G. E, M.D. (1) A (Contribution to the Etiology of 
Idiocy. (2) Remarks on a Series of Idiot Brains. 

VoisiN, Professeur Aug. (of the Salpetriere). On the Use of Hypnotic 
Suggestion as a means of Treatment in the Insane, and the Results 
he has obtained by this Method. 

WiGLESWORTH, J., M.D. Note on Optic Nerve Atrophy Preceding the 
Mental Symptoms of General Paralysis. 


Section F.—PATHOLOGY AND PHYSIOLOGY. 

(Physics Lecture Room, No. 11, School of Science.) 

F. Pathology and Physiology. — President, Joseph Coats, M.D. Vice 
Presidents, Thomas Churton, M.D. ; De Burgh Birch, M.D. Honorary^ 
Secretaries, Ernest Henry Jacobs, M. D., 12, Park Street, Leeds ; T. 
VVardrop Griffith, M.D., 23, Park Square, Leeds. 

A discussion on the subject of Fever will be opened by Dr. T. jl 
Maclagan. Dr. Gairdner, Dr. Dreschfeld, Dr. Handford, Dr. Broadbent, 
and Dr. Sims Woodhead will take part in the discussion. 

The following further papers are announced : 

Birch, De B., M.D. On the Nature of some Pressure Phosphenes. 
CoPEMAN, S. A. M., M.A. The Detection of Human Blood. 

Crooke, G. F., M.D. The Histology of Bright’s Disease. 

Drummond, D., M.D. The Pathology of Acute Lead Poisoning. 
Handford, H., M.D. Visceral Changes in Enteric Fever. 

Haycraft, J. B., M.D. (Title not received.) 

Mott, F. W., M.D. The Pathology of Cardiac Failure. 

Pope, F. M., M.D. Case of Thrombosis of Vertebral Artery : Pressure on 
Glosso-pharyngeal Nerve : Unilateral Loss of Taste. 

Williams, Roger, Esq. The Neoplastic Process from an Evolu.tional 
Standpoint. 

W^ooDHEAD, G. Sims, M.D. 

The Pathological Museum will be held in the Chemical Laboratory of 
the Leeds School of Science (Mechanics’ Institute). Dr. Bevan Rake, 
will show a series of preparations illustrative of the various lesions of 
Leprosy. 


:StcTioN G.—OPHTHALMOLOGY. 

(Class Room 5, School of Science.) 

G. Ophthalmology.— George Anderson Critchett, F.R.Q.S. 
Edin. Vice-Presidents, John Albert Nunneley, M.B. ; George A. Berry, 
M.B. Honorary Secretaries, Gustavus Hartridge, F.R.C.S., 65, Green 
Street, Grosvenor Square, W.; R. N. Hartley, M.B., 29, Blenheim 
Terrace, Leeds. 





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Mr. Jonathan Hutchinson will open a discussion on the Treatm?.nt 

of Glaucoma. Messrs. Couper, Frost, Evan Jones, Green, Griffith, 

Hutchinson, Little, Mackinlay, Macnaughton Jones, Prichard, Scougal, 

Sympson, Tweedy, Cant, and Lloyd Owen have promised to take part in 

the discussion. 

The following further papers are announced : 

Benson, A. H., M.B. Pulsating Tumour of Orbit cured by Digital Pres¬ 
sure. 

Berry, G. A., M.B. St. Petersburg Operation for Entropion and Trichiasis. 

Bickerton, Thomas H., M.R.C.S. Criticism of the various Tests for Colour- 
Blindness, with special reference to the Board of Trade Tests, and 
further examples of Defective Eyesight occurring in Sailors. 

Bronner, Adolf, M.D., will show a Hook for Eemoving Remains of Lens 
Capsule. 

Cant, W. J., M.R.C.S. A Case of Paralysis of the Right External Rectus 
Muscle after Injury to the Left Temple [contre coup ? ). 

Collins, W. J., M.D. The Composition of the Human Lens in Health 
and in Cataract, and its Bearing upon Operations for the latter. 

Cross, F. Richardson, M.R.C.S. Muscular Advancement. 

Emrys-Jones, a., M.D. The Value of Galvano-Cautery in the Treatment 
of Conical Cornea (6 cases). 

Ford, Vernon, M.R.C.S. The Value of Peritomy in Ulcers of the Cornea, etc. 

Frost, W. Adams, F.R.C.S., will show a series of Ophthalmoscopic Drawings 
thrown on to a Screen. 

Grossman, K. I., Note on Test for Colour-blindness. 2. Blenorrhoea 
Neonatorum. 

Hartley, R. N., M.B., will show (1) Modification of SichePs Knife for 
Cataract Operations. (2) Cases of Soft Cataract treated by Suction. 
(3) Cases of Hard Cataract extracted without Iridectomy. 

Hartridge, G., F.R.C.S., Case of Pulsating Exophthalmos cured sponta¬ 
neously by suppuration of Contents of Orbit. 

Hern, John, M.D. Sclerotitis from Dental Irritation. 

Hewetson, H. B., M.R.C.S. (1) Series of Cataract Operations without 
Iridectomy. (2) Series of cases of Interstitial Keratitis treated by 
Syndectomy. 

Johnson, G. L., F.R C.S. Observations on the Therapeutical Action of the 
Violet and Ultra-violet Rays of Light on Vision. 

Money, Angel, M.D. Sudden Transient Ocular Phenomena in Children. 

Mules, P. H., M.D. Peripheral Neuritis of the Ophthalmic Division of 
the Fifth Nerve, and its Clinical Bearings. 

Snell, Simeon, M.R.C.S. Extraction of Cataract without Iridectomy. 

Teale, T. Pridgin, M.B., F.R.S. Description of the Operation he employs 
for Extraction of Cataract without Iridectomy. 

Thompson, J. T., M.B. (1) A Note on a case of Superficial Keratitis in¬ 
duced by Aniline Violet. (2) Necrosis of Cornea from Contact with 
Crude Creasote. 



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Section H.—DISEASES OF CHILDREN. 

(Class Room 1, School ot? Science.) 

H. Diseases of Children.— President, Thomas Scattergood, M.R.C.S. 
Vice-PresidenU, Richard Favell, M.R.C.S. ; A. H. Carter, M.D. Honorary 
Walter Henry Brown, F.RC.S.I., 19, Queen Street, Leeds; 
Angel Money, M.D., F.R.C.P., 24, Harley Street, Cavendish Square, W. 

A discussion on the following subject will take place: The paralyses 
of the first two years of life. What is the relative frequency 
of paralysis from brain, corn, and nerve disease ? What is the 
nature of the changes in the centres and nerves ? This will 
probably be opened by the Honorary Medical Secretary. Papers will be 
read on the various forms of infantile paralysis: spastic paraplegia, con¬ 
genital chorea, infantile palsy, and diphtheritic paralysis. 

Surgical Portion. —Subject for discussion : The Surgical Treatment 
of the Various Congenital Malformations. Mr. Walsham and Mr. 
Morgan will take part in the discussion. 

The following further pajjers are announced : 

Ashbv, Henry, M.D. A case of Softening of an Infant’s Brain due to 
Vascular Obstruction. Also a case of Acute Polio-myelitis ; death 
six weeks after the Acute Attack. The specimens will be shown. 
Ballantyne, J. W., M.B., F.R.C.S.Ed, Sclerema and (Edema of New¬ 
born Infants. 

Barrs, A. G., jM.D., will show some Cases Illu.strative of Palsy in Infants* 
Brown, John, M.B. (Bacup). Unsuspected Lead-poisoning in Children. 
Bury, Judson S., M.D. On a Case of Microcephalus with Spastic Paralysis, 
and will show a Specimen. 

Churchill, F., M.D. Hare-lip Operations. 

Churton, T., M.D., Meningitis following slight Injuries to the Head. 
Morgan, J. H., F.R.C.S. Congenital Malformations. 

Squire, W., M.D. Cases of Infantile Palsy, Spastic Paraplegia, and Diph¬ 
theritic Paralysis in Children. 

Sympson, Mansel, M.B. (1) A Case of Cerebral Birth Palsy with Epileptoid. 

Convulsions. (2) A Case of Infantile Palsy, with comments. 
Walsham, W. J., F.R.CIS. Ectopia Vesicse. 

Warner, F. , M.D. The Frequency of Coincidental Defects in Develop¬ 
ment as seen in Children. 


Skction L—laryngology. 

(Class Room 2, School of Science.) 

I. Laryngology. — President, Henry T. Butlin, F.R.C.S. Vice-Presidents, 
Francis de Havilland Hall, M.D. ; Richard A. Hayes, M.D. Honorary 
Secretaries, Greville Macdonald, M.D., 47, Queen Anne Street, Cavendish 
Square, W. ; Barclay J. Baron, M.D., 16, Whiteladies Road, Bristol. 




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The following subjects are proposed for special discussion : 

1. Tonsillitis : Its Varieties and Association with Rheumatism. 

2. Perichondritis of the Larynx : its Etiology, Pathology, Sym¬ 
ptoms, and Treatment. 

Dr. R. Kingston Fox and Dr. Barclay J. Baron will take part in the dis¬ 
cussions. 

The following gentlemen have promised papers on these subjects : Dr. C. 
W. Haig-Brown, Dr. P. McBride, Dr. G. Macdonald, Dr. David Newman, 
Dr. Scanes Spicer, and Mr. Lennox Browne ; and tlie following will take 
part in'the discussions : Dr. Dundas Grant, Dr. Hodgkinson, Mr. T. Mark 
Hovell, Dr. C. J. Lewis,Dr. S. Moritz, Dr. G. Hunter Mackenzie, Dr. Scanes 
Spicer, Mr. G. Eland Stewart, Dr. Archibald Garrod, Dr. Warden, Dr. A. 
Mantle, and Dr. de Havilland Hall. 

The following further papers are announced : 

Baeon, Barclay j., M.B. A Case of Bilateral Paralysis of Abductors of 

the Vocal Cords. 

Hailes, W. J., M.D. (Albany, N.Y.). Intubation of the Larynx, 60 Cases, 
20 Recoveries, with Instruments. 

Lawrence, L. H., F.R.C.S. Granular Pharyngitis. 

Macdonald, Greville, M. D. Empyema of the Maxillary Sinus, with an 
analysis of twelve cases. 

Mackenzie, G. Hunter, M.D. Cases of lufraglottic Laryngeal Disease ; 
(1) a Web removed by Laryngotomy ; (2) a Growth a Sequel of Acute 
Laryngitis ; (3) Intubation of the Larynx. 

Moritz, S., M.D. A Case of Acute Rheumatic Bilateral Paralysis of the 
Abductors of the Vocal Cords. 

Murphy, James, M.D. A Retractor for use in Tracheotomy. 

Newman, David, M. D. A case of Laryngeal Carcinoma complicated by 
Chronic Pulmonary Tuberculosis, with remarks respecting the rare 
coincidence of these diseases. 

•Spicer, R. H. Scanes, M.D. Throat and Nose Affections in Children as 
Causes of Functional Nervous Disorders. 

Stewart, G. Eland, M.R.C.S. Tonsillitis as a Cause of Abscess in the 
Neck. 

Stoker, George, M.K.Q.C.P.I. Laryngitis and Rhinitis in Diabetes. 
ZwAARDEMAKER, H., M.D. (Utrecht). New Olfactometers for Estimating 
Degree of Loss of Smell (shown and described for the author by Dr. 
Scanes Spicer). 


Section J.—OTOLOGY. 

(Elementary Division, Mechanics’ Institute.) 

J. Otology. — President^ George P. Field, M.R.C.S. Vice-Presidents, 
Frederick Morrish Pierce, M.D. ; Henry Bendelack Hewetson, M.R.C.S. 
Honorary Secretaries, Adolf Bronner, M. D., 33, Manor Row, Bradford ; 
G. William Hill, M.B., 24, Wimpole St., W. 



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The following subjects are proposed for formal discussion: 

1. The Causes, Varieties, and Treatment of Osseous Growths 
of the Ear. 

2. The Influence of Diseases of the Nose and Pharynx on 
Affections of the Middle Ear. 

.S. The Diagnosis, with Special Reference to Localisation, of 
Intracranial Lesions the result of Aural Disease. 

The first of these discussions will be opened by the President, Mr. G. P. 
Field, the second by the Vice-Presidents, Dr. F. M. Pierce and Mr. H. B. 
Hewetson, and the third by Mr. Cumberbatch and Dr. William Macewen, 
of Glasgow ; Dr. Hughlings Jackson, Dr. Broadbent, Professor Ferrier, 
and Professor Horsley will probably speak on the latter subject. 

The following otologists have also intimated their intention of joining in 
one or more of the discussions : Clarence J. Blake, M.D. (Boston, U.S.A.), 
Professor Urban Pritchard, M.D, (London), H. Macnaughton Jones, M.D. 
(London), J. Dundas Grant, M.D. (London), W. R. H. Stewart, F.R.C.S.Ed. 
(London), Donald Stewart, M.D. (Nottingham), Dr. Charles Warden 
(Birmingham), Mr. Lennox Browne, G. J. Mackesy, M.B., W. L. Mackesy, 
M.B., J. Erskine, M.B. (Glasgow), and Mr. Richard Williams. 

The following further papers are announced : 

Barr, Thomas, M.D. (Glasgow). On Non-operative Treatment of Aural 
Exostoses, and will show Sections of Temporal Bones from Cases of 
Intracranial Disease illustrative of the various directions by which 
Disease of the Middle Ear may extend to the Interior of the Cranium. 
Bronmer, Adolf, M.D. (Bradford). Notes on the Use of Menthol in the 
Local Treatment of Diseases of the Middle Ear ; and will show (1) a 
Catheter for the Injection of Fluids, and (2) a Capsule for the Intro¬ 
duction of Vapours into the Middle Ear. 

Cousins, J. Ward, M.D. (Portsmouth). On a New Antiseptic Ear Drum. 
(Specimen shown.) 

Dalby, Sir Wm., M.B. (London), and Sheild, Marmaduke, M.B. (London). 
On Treatment of Aural Exostoses. 

Davis, Henry, M.R.C.S. (London). On the question of Anaesthetics in 
Operations for Adenoid Growths of the N aso-Pharynx. 

Ellis, Richard, F.R.C.S.Ed. (Newcastle). On an Osseous Growth of the 
Auditory Meatus simulating a Foreign Body and Causing Deafness. 
(Removal with restoration of hearing. Specimen.) 

Guye, Professor (Amsterdam). On Aprosexia, being the inability to fix the 
attention, and other allied troubles in the cerebral functions caused 
by nasal disorders. 

Hartley, R. N., M.B. (Leeds). Abscess of Right Temporo-Sphenoidal 
Lobe following Old Middle Ear Disease. (Trephined and drained : 
Pvecovery : Patient Shown.) 

Hill, William, M.B. (London). On someCausesof Backwardness and Stupi¬ 
dity in Children; and will show Intranasal Guards for the Safer 
application of Chromic Acid to the Nasal Cavities. 



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Lee, Charles G., M.R.C.S. (Liverpool), A case of Cerebral Tumour Com 
plicated with Symptoms of Acute Otitis. 

Lees, David B., M.D. (London). On the connection between Aura 
Disease and Meningitis in Children. 

Matheson, Farquhar, M.B. (London). On some Subject connected with 
Deaf-Mutism. 

Nunneley, John A., M.B. (Leeds). 

PoLiTZER, Professor, M.D. (Vienna) (per Mr. G. Stone, Liverpool). On 
Osseous Growths of the Ear. (With Specimens.) 

Stone, George, L.R.C.P. & S.,Ed. (Liverpool). A Case of Severe Unilateral 
Tinnitus due to Stricture of the Eustachian Tube cured by Persistent 
Bougieing. 


Section K.—PHARMACOLOGY AND 
THERAPEUTICS. 

(Class Room 10, School of Science.) 

K. Pharmacology and Therapeutics.— President, Sir William Roberts, 
M.D., F.R.S. Vice-Presidents, T. Cranstoun Charles, M.D. ; I. Burney 
Yeo, M.D. Honorary Secretaries, John B. Hellier, M.D., 1, De Grey 
Terrace, Leeds ; Dawson Williams, M.D., 25, Old Burlington Street, W. 

The proceedings of the Section will be opened at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, 
August 14th, by an address by the President, on Certain Practical Points 
in the use of Antacid Remedies in Dyspepsia and Gravel. 

At 10.30 a.m., a discussion on Hypnotics and Analgesics, with special 
reference to remedies recently introduced, namely. Paraldehyde, Hypnone, 
Amylene Hydrate, Methylal, Sulphonal, will be opened by Dr. D. J. Leech, 
Professor of Therapeutics in the Victoria University, Manchester. Dr. 
Charteris, Professor of Therapeutics in the University of Glasgow, Sir 
J. Crichton Browne, Dr. W. H. Broadbent, Dr. Frederick Needham 
(Gloucester), Dr. Macnaughton Jones, Dr. T. Cranstoun Charles, and 
Dr. John Gordon (Aberdeen) have signified their intention of taking part 
in the discussion. 

At 10 a.m. on Thursday, August 15th, a discussion on Foods for 
Invalids and Infants will be introduced by Dr. Burney Yeo, and Dr. 
Sidney Martin. Dr. E. D. Mapother, Dr. T. Cranstoun Charles, Mr. R. 
W. Parker, and Dr. S. McBeaii (Newcastle) will take part in the 
discussion. 

The following papers have been promised : 

Charles, T. Cranstoun, M.D. (London). 1. The Hot-air Treatment of 
Pulmonary Consumption. 2. Some Cases of Diabetes. 3. Notes 
on the use of Paraguay Tea. 4. On Ichthyol. 

Charteris, Professor M., and Maclennan, W., M.B. Experimental Re¬ 
search on the General Comparative Action of the Natural and Arti¬ 
ficial Salicylic Acids and their Salts of Sodium. 



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Crocker, H. Radcliffe, M.D., on Anthrarobin and the Sozoiodols in the 
Treatment of Skin Diseases. 

Gordox, John, M.D. (Aberdeen). On the Pharmacology of Urethane. 

Greexe, G. E. J., L.K.Q.C.P.I. (Wexford). Lychnis FloscucuUi in Renal 
and Vesical Affections. 

Haig, A., M.A , M.D. The influence of Opium and Morphine on Uric 
Acid considered with reference to the Action in Health and Disease. 

Illingworth, C. R., M.D. (Accrington). The Therapeutics of the 
Biniodide of Mercury. 

Murray, W., M.D. (Hewcastle-on-Tyne). On the Removal of Renal 
Calculi by Toxic Doses of Belladonna. 

Pearse, T. F., M.R.C.P. , M.R.C.S. On the Use and Abuse of Soap. 

Solly, Samuel E., M.R.C S., L.S.A. (Colorado Springs). On the Climate 
of Colorado. 

Woods, Hugh, M.D. (Highgate). The Oxyiodides of Calcium and 
Bismuth. 

Yeo, I. Burney, M.D. (London), and Schetclig, Arnold, M.D. (Nervi). 
On the Treatment of Phthisis by Hypodermic Injection of GuaiacoL 



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BtitisI) Htbtcal ^ssnciatioit. 


, REGULATIONS FOR THE CONDUCT OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETINGS OF 
I THE BRITISH MEDICAL ASSOCIATION. 


' General Control of Meeting*. 

? 1. The programme of the Annual Geheral Meeting shall he under the 

I control of the Council. The following Regulations shall guide the Com- 
I mittee of Arrangement and any local Committee that may be formed :— 

Necessity of Limiting* the Expenditure. 

2. The gradual and constant increase of the Members of the British 
I Medical Association renders it expedient to express the strong opinion of 
i the Council that the medical men of the locality at which the Association 
1 holds its Meeting should not deem it necessary to incur a large expenditure, 

( as otherwise the choice of a place of meeting must be more and more 
limited to the larger towns of the kingdom. 

Annual Dinner. 

3. The Annual Dinner shall be under the control of the Council. 

Papers to be read at Meeting*. 

4. All Papers intended to be read at the Annual Meeting shall be for¬ 
warded, together with an Abstract, to the Secretaries of Sections ten days 
before the Annual Meeting takes place, excepting the Addresses of the 
Presidents of Sections or the Addresses to be delivered in General Meeting. 

Directions for Sections. 

5. The Presidents, Vice-Presidents, and Secretaries of Sections shall 
form a Committee of Reference, with power to accept, decline, or postpone 
any Paper, and to arrange the order in which the Papers shall be read. 

Grouping of Papers for Discussion. 

6. The Papers in each Section shall, as far as possible, be grouped 
together, so as to ensure a general discussion on kindred subjects. 

Length of Time to be occupied by Papers or Speeches. 

7. No communication shall occupy more than fifteen minutes, and no 
person shall be permitted to speak more than once or for more than ten 
minutes during the discussion thereon. 

Resolutions at Annual Meetings. 

8. No Motion shall be brought forward at the Annual Meeting unless it 
has been proposed by the Council or a Committee of the Association, or 
notice of the same shall have been given on the previous day, in writing, to 
the General Secretary, to be entered on the Agenda of the day and printed 
in the Daily Journal. This does not apply to Amendments moved in due 
form. 

Meeting of Council. 

9. The Council of the Association shall meet on the first day of the 
Annual Meeting, and the First General Meeting of the Association shall be 
held in the evening. 

Reports of Committee. 

10. All Reports of Committees of the Association shall be printed in the 
JouKNAL before the Annual Meeting. 








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iltst of i^emijers 

EXPECTED TO BE PRESENT AT THE MEETING. 


Abraham, Phin. S., M.D., 11, Nottingham Place, London, W. 
Althorp, C. F. M., Bradford Infirmary. 

Anderson, A., Mirfield. 

Anningson, J. W., Burnley. 

Appleby, F. H., Barnbygate House, Newark. 

Arlidge, J. T., M.D., F.R.C.P., The High Grove, Stoke-on-Trent. 
Arthur, David, M.B., New Galloway, N.B. 

Ashby, Henry, M.D., 13, St. John Street, Manchester. 

Atkins, Eingrose, M. D., District Lunatic Asylum, Waterford. 


Bartrum, John G., F.R.C.S., J.P., Mr. Ryder’s, Gledhow Hill, Leeds. 
Balkwill, Wm. Edward, 14, Old Cavendish Street, London, W. 

Bailey, T. Ridley, M.D., Bilston. 

Baker, J. Wright (late of Southport), 101a, St. Alban’s Road, Watford 
Herts. 

Balding, D. B., Eoyston, Cambs. 

Bampton, A. H., M.D., Brookfield, Ilkley, Yorkshire. 

Barlow, John, M.D., F.R.C.S.,Eng., 27, Elmbank Crescent, Glasgow. 
Barr, John, M.B., Willow Grange, Rishton, Blackburn. 

Barr, Thomas, 7, Albany Place, Glasgow. 

Bateman, Francis, Whitchurch (Oxon.), Nr. Reading. 

Beck, Fred E., F.R.C.P.,Edin., Fitzroy House, Botanic Avenue, Belfast. 
Bernard, Walter, 14, Queen Street, Londonderry. 

Beverley, W. H., 13, Albion Road, Scarborough. 

Biden, Charles Walter, 15, Virginia Road, Leeds. 

Bickerton, Thomas H., 88, Rodney Street, Liverpool. 

Birt, Cecil, Surgeon, M.S., Barracks, York. 

Blackman, J. G., M.D., Portsmouth. 

Blair, Robert, M.D., Anglesey House, Goole. 

Blore, Isaac, M.D., Cheetham Hill, Manchester. 

Boynton-Lee, F. B., Livtrsedge. 

Bond, Frederick F., M.D., Rastrick. 

Booth, P. L., M.R.C.S., 14, Hartington Street, Barrow-in-Furness. 

Brett, Wm. G., 5, Albion Street, Hull. 

Bradbury, J. B., 3, St. Peter’s Terrace, Cambridge. 

Brereton, J. B., Gildersome, Yorks, 




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Bristowe, J. S., 13, Old Burlingtan Street, London. 

Broadbent, W. H., 34, Seymour Street, Portman Square, London, W. 
Broadbent, S. W., Dalton-le-Dale, Sunderland. 

Browne, Lennox, F.R.C.S., 36, Weymouth Street, London, W. 

Broom, John, M.D., St. Paul’s Road, Clifton. 

Brookhouse, J. 0., 1, East Circus Street, Nottingham. 

Browne, Dr. Wm. Henry, Wentworth House, Aldbrough, Hull. 

Brown, George, 29, Threadneedle Street, London, E.C. 

Browne, J. Walton, 10, College Square, North Belfast. 

Burke, W. H., M.B , &c., Indian Medical Service, c/o Grindlay & Co., 55, 
Parliament Street, London. 

Buchanan, Hugh Dry den, M.B., Kirkgate, Thirsk. 

Buck, Chas. W., Settle, Yorkshire. 

Bury, Dr. Judson S., 20, St. John Street, Manchester. 

Bussin, Wm. A., York. 

Campbell, Samuel James, Winchcombe, Gloucestershire. 

Carter, Wm. R., Rastrick, Yorks. 

Carter, Godfrey, “Carrcroft,” Ilkley. 

Carter, D’Arcy B., Victoria Park, Shipley. 

Carr, Dr. J. A., Highfield House, Kippax, near Leeds. 

Chambers, Herbert W., Cottingham, near Hull. 

Chadwick, C. M.; M.D., 3, Park Square, Leeds. 

Chapman, T. A., Firbank, Hereford. 

Child, Herbert, 8, Monks Road, Lincoln. 

Clark, Robert, L.R.C P., &c., Lancaster. 

Clemow, Arthur H. Weiss, M.D., 2, Talgarth Road, West Kensington, 
London, W. 

Coats, Joseph, M.D., 31, Lynedoch Road, Glasgow. 

Cocking, W. T., 277, Glossop Road, Sheffield. 

Cockburn, Surgeon-General R., 83, Seymour Street, Hyde Park, W. 
Coldstream, Alexander R., M.D., 24, Lung Arno Nuovo, Florence. 

London Address, 40, Belsize Square, N. W. 

Collier, S. R., M.D., Clarence Villa, Hartfield Road, Wimbledon, S.W. 
Collier, T., Ripon. 

Corbin, M. A. Bazille, Guernsey. 

Cosgrave, Alex., Bradshaw Brow, The Oaks, Bolton-le-Moors. 

Cousins, J. Ward, M.D., Portsmouth. Address at Leeds, Great Northern 
Hotel. 

Cornish, AV. Robt., Surgeon-General, C.I.E., F.R.C.S., 8, Cresswell 
Gardens, South Kensington, S.W. 

Court, W., 17, Folds Road, Bolton. 

Crew, John (President South Midland Branch), Higham Ferrers. 

Crespi, Alfred J. H. (Edinburgh and Quarterly Reviewer), Cooma, Poole 
Road, Wimborne. 

Crocker, James, Bingley. 

Crease, J. Robertson, 2, Ogle Terrace, South Shields. 

Crowe, G. W., 43, Foregate Street, Worcester. 

Cullingworth, Chas. J., M.D., 46, Brook St., Grosvenor Sq., London, W. 




Dancy, H. M., Southwell, Notts. 

Davis, Maurice, 11, Brunswick Square, W.C. 

Davis, Henry, 60, Queen Anne Street, W. 

Davison, James, M.D., Bournemouth, Hants. 

Davidson, Wm., Holme-on-Spaldiug Moor, Yorkshire. 

Dawson, Gautley, E-awdon, nr. Leeds. 

Dempsey, Alexander, M.D., Belfast. 

Dewar, John, 132, Sloane Street, S. W. 

Deville, Titus, M.D., Harrogate. 

Dix, T., 25, Albion Street, Hull. 

Douglas, William Thomas, Banbury, Oxford. 

Doran, Alban H. G., 9, Granville Place, Portman Square, London, W. 
Douglas, Claude, 12, New Walk, Leicester. 

Down, Langdon J., M.D., F.R.C.P., 81, Harley, Street, London, W. 
Dowse, Thomas Metch, 14, Welbeck Street, London. 

Drake, Francis H., Headingley. 

Drury, Arthur, M.B., C.M., Landon House, Halifax. 

Draper, William, M.R.C.S , &c., De Grey House, York. 

Drew, Arthur J., 62, St, John Street, Oxford. 

Drummond, Edward, M.D., 3, Piazza di Spagna, Rome, (present address) 
27, Trafalgar Square, Scarborough. 

Duke, Alexander, 17, Upper Mount Street, Dublin. 

Dukes, Clement, Sunnyside, Rugby, 

Dunn, Hugh Percy, 11, Nottingham Place, W. 

Duncan, James, M.B., Cleland. 

Eastes, Thomas, 3, Shakespeare Terrace, Folkstone. 

Eastwood, J. W., M.D.,Ediu. M.R.C.P.,Lond,, J.P., Dinsdale Park, near 
Darlington. 

Eames, Thos. Boles, Barnfield House, Stoneclough, near Manchester. 
Eccles, A. Symons, 34, Leinster Square, W. 

Eddison, Dr. J. E., M. D., Park Square, Leeds. 

Elliott, J. T., Elebron, Smithborough, Co. Mojiaghan. 

Erskine, James, M.A., M.B., 6, Newton St., Charing Cross, Glasgow. 

Farrar, J., M.D., Gainsborough. 

Farrow, Frederick, Brooke Street, Cleckheaton. 

Fegan, Richard, M.D., Westcombe Park, Blackheath, S.E. 

Felce, Stamford, M.R.C.P.E., Kenmure Lodge, Elgin Avenue, W. 

Fletcher, F. A. Campion, Cross Hills, via Keighley. 

Foster, J., Horton Lane, Bradford. 

Foss, R. W., M.D., Stockton-on-Tees. 

Fox, R. Hingston, M.D., 43, Finsbury Circus, E.C. 

Fryer, John, Batley Carr, Dewsbury. 

Galton, John H., Chunam, Sylvan Road, Norwood, S.E. 

Geddie, Wm,, M.D., Accrington. 

Gibson, James, West Vale, Near Halifax. 

Gillies, James, 5, The Crescent, Selby. 



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Oerding, John Callender, Alanburg, Cheltenham. 

<Jlascott, Charles Edward, M.D., 23, Sfc. John Street, Manchester 
Goff, Bruce, M.D., Bothwell, Lanarkshire. 

Godfrey, Frank, M. A., 4, Pavilion Square, Scarborough. 

Gooiharfc, James F.,25, Weymouth Street, Portland Place, W. 

Goodwin, Arthur Geo., 137, Kensington, Liverpool. 

Goss, T. Biddulph, 1, Circus, Bath. 

Goyder, David, M.D., 88, Great Horton Road, Bradford, Yorks. 

I Grant, Ogilvie, Queen Mary’s House, Inverness, N.B. 
j Graham, William, M. D., Middleton, near Manchester. 

! Grimshaw, Thomas W., Prinsland, Carrickmines, Co. Dublin. 

{ Granger, F. M., Chester. 

I Gramshaw, F. Sidney, Stillington, Easingwold, Yorks. 

I Grange, J. W., M.D., Hope Villas, Kersal, Manchester. 

Gray, Edward, M.B., C.M., St. Huberts, Beckenham, Kent. 

I Greenwood, Major, junr., M.D., 18, Queen’s Road, Dalston, N.E. 

Greene, George E. J., Ferns, Co. Wexford. 

Greves, E. Hyla, M.D., Rodney House, Bournemouth, W. 

Grime, John, 31, Great Bolton Street, Blackburn. 

Griesbach, Sydney, Garforth, Leeds. 

Grossmann, Karl A., M.D., 70, Rodney Street, Liverpool. Leeds address : 
Great Northern Station Hotel. 

Haward, Edwin, M.D., F.RC.S..L , 86, Wimpole Street, London, W. 
Harral, C. H., 52, Kirkgate, Leeds. 

Hargreaves, M. K., 12, Chandos Street, Cavendish Square, W. 

Hall, Wm., Moorham, Headingley, Leeds. 

Hall, J. G,, Swansea, South Wales. 

Handcock, George, Carlton House, Girlington, Bradford. 

Handcock, George, 178, Chapeltown Road, Leeds. 

Hall, F. de Havilland, M.D., 47, Wimpole Street, London. 

Haworth, James, East Clarence House, Filey. 

Hargreaves, Edmund, M.D., 2, Eyre Street, Sheffield. 

Haig, Alexander, 30, Welbeck Street, London, W. 

Haig, F. M., M D., 2, Warwick Row, Coventry. 

Hardey, E. P., 80, Spring Bank, Hull. 

Hart, D. Berry, M.D., 29, Charlotte Square, Edinburgh. 

Harris, Robert, 18, Duke Street, Southport. 

Harley, George, M.D., F.R.S., 25, Harley Street, London, W. 

Harman, Wm. Morton, B.A., M.D. Univ. Dub., F.R.C.S.I., Winchester. 
Hackney, John, M.D., Hythe, Kent. 

Harrison, Charles, M.D., Lincoln. 

Harvey, Robert, M.D., Brigade Surgeon, Bengal Army, 16, St. James 
Square, London. 

Herringhara, W. P., 13, Upper Wimpole Street, W. 

Hewitt, Graily, M. D., 36, Berkeley Square, W. 

Hemming, J. Hughes, Kimbolton, South Neots. 

Hern, John, M D., &c., Darlington. 

Henderson, John, M.B., Hutton Buscel, York. 




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Hebblethwaite, Harold, Bi^rley-in-Wharfedale. 

Henry, J., M.D., 107, Drake Street, Rochdale. 

Hirst, Sami. C., Planetrees House, Bradford. 

Horsman, Godfrey, 22, King Street, Portman Square, London, W. 

Hobson, Lewis John, Harrogate. 

Holder, 'NV., Somerstown, Holderness Road, Hull. 

Horrocks, Wm., M.B., F.R.C.S., Infirmary, Bradford, Yorks. 

Holderness, William Brown, 15, Park Street, Windsor. 

Howden, Robert, M.B.,Edin., 1884, 82, Elswick Road,Newcastle-on-Tyne. 
Holdsworth, Samuel, Burueytops House, Wakefield. 

Holman, C., M.D., Treasurer Brit. Med. Assoc., Reigate. 

Hewlett, E. H., 4, Wright Street, Hull. 

Holt, Richard C., F.R.C.S.,E., 56, Colne Road, Burnley. 

Horne, J. Fletcher, Barnsley. 

Hunter, William, M.D., M.R.C.P., etc., St John’s College, Cambridge. 
Humphreys, J. R., Shrewsbury. 

Hunter, Lovell Wm., Pudsey. 

Hunter, ’Wm. Lovell, Pudsey. 

Hunter, W. B., M.D., Londonderry. 

Hunt, I)e ’V’ere, Westbourne Crescent, Sophia Gardens, Cardifif. 
Hutchinson, Chas. F., M.D., May Lodge, Scarborough. 

Illingworth, C. R., M.D., M.R.C.S., Clayton House, Accrington. 

Ince, Surgeon-Major John, M.D., Montague House, Swanley, Kent. 

Jacob, A. H., M.D., 2.8, Ely Place, Dublin. 

Jackson, Arthur, Wilkinson Street, Sheffield. Leeds address : Queen’s 
Hotel, Leeds. 

Jackson, George, F.R.C.P. Eng. Exam., 10, Portland Villas, Plymouth. 
Jackson, T. Vincent, 27, Darlington Street, Wolverhampton. 

James, Joseph Brindley, 47, Jamaica Road, London, S.E. 

Jewison, Thos. Wm., The Elms, Oulton, near Leeds. 

Jessett, Fred. Bowreman, 16, Upper Wimpole, W. 

Joll, Boyd B., M.B.Lond., Woolton, Liverpool. 

Jowers, Fred. W., 27, Old Steyne, Brighton. 

Job, Samuel, Xewark. 

Johnston, Samuel, 47, Barkerend Road, Bradford. 

Johnston, John Somerville, Somerville House, Sheffield. 

Johnson, Samuel, M.D., Stoke-upon-Trent. 

Jones, Evan, Aberdare, S. Wales. 

Jones, T. G. M., M.D., F.R.C.S., E., Grosvenor Lodge, Wrexham, N.W. 
Johnston, James, 31, Wlietley Hill, Bradford. 

Kenyon, John E., 21, Park Lane, Little Horton, Bradford. 

Kemble, A. C., Worthen, Salop, 

Key worth, G. H., M.B., Wem, Shropshire. 

Keay, Joseph H., M.A., M.B., 64, Albert Road, Colne, Lancs. 

Kemp, Benjamin, Horbury, Wakefield. 

Kerr, Norman, M.D., 42, Grove Road, Regent's Park, London, N.W 



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Keser, J., M,D., Sub-Editor of the Semaine MMicalCj 11, Harley Street, 
London, W. 

Kidd, Abraham, M.H., F.R.C.S.I., Ballymena, Ireland. 

Knaggs, Samuel, Huddersfield. 

Knaggs, Lawford R., 26, Ramsden Street, Huddersfield. 

Knight, John Henry, Brooklands, Rotherham. 

Lamb, George, Balmoral House, Hull. 

Lawrence, Laurie A., 35, Mousfield Gardens, N. VV^ 

I Leary, Thos., M.D., Castlederg, Co. Tyrone. 

Leak, T. Mallorie, The Cedars, Hemsworth, near Pontefract. 

Littlewood, Hy., General Infirmary, Leeds. 

Libbey, Henry C., Lightcliffe. 

Little, David, St. John Street, Manchester. 

Lindsay, James Alex., M.A., M.D., 37, Victoria Place, Belfast. 

Longford, Henry, Ingram House, Thirsk, Yorks. 

Lord, Richard, M.D., 4, St. Ann’s Villas, Netting Hill, TiOndon. 

Lofthouse. Dep. Surgeon-General, M.D., 3, Harrington Mansions, Queen’s 
Gate, South Kensington, London. 

Lowther, Richard, M.D., Pernleigh, Grange-over-Sands. 

Lucey, William Cubitt, M.D., The Elms Enfield, Middlesex. 

Lyon, Walter, M.D., Houghton-le-Spring. 

Lynch, J. Roche, 8, Boyne Terrace, Netting Hill, London, W. 

Mantle, Alfred, M.D., Stanley, Durham. 

Margetson, William Ed., Dewsbury. 

Martin, Dr. Sidney, 10, Mansfield Street, Cavendish Square, London, W. 
Marshall, W. L. W., 26, New North Road, Huddersfield. 

Marshall, Benjamin, L.R.C.P., L.R.C.S., Chapel House, Atherton, Lane. 
Martin, W. Y., M.D., F.R.C.S., Walkden, Near Bolton. 

Mackinlay, Robert, Market Street, Lichfield. 

Martin, J., F.R.C.S.,Ed., 1, York Place, Huddersfield. 

Mapother, E. D., 32, Cavendish Square, London. For the Wednesday and 
Thursday only. 

Masters, John Alfred,- L.R.C.P.Lond., M.Tl.O.S.Eng., Westall House, 
Brook Green, W. Metrop. Counties Branch. 

Mason, W. H., Mario Street, Dewsbury Road, Leeds. 

May, John Henry Square, Melford House, Plymouth. 

McDowall, T. W., M.D., County Asylum, Morpeth. 

McAleer, Jno., M.D., Darfield. 

MacNamara, P. J., M.D., F.R.C.S.,L, Adelaide Place, Bruff, Ireland. 
MacDowell, Charles, M.D., T.C.D., Otter Holt, Carlow. 

Maevie, Adam, M.D., Baildon, Yorks. 

MacGregor, P., Huddersfield. 

MacGregor, Alexander Gibson, Canisbay Wick, Caithness, N.B. 

Mackenzie, William G., Richmond Terrace, Belfast. 

McNab, John, M.D., F.R.C.S.,E., Obbe, Portree, N.B. 

Macarthur, Peter, M.B., Grey Abbey, Co. Down. 

Macleod, M. D., M.B., Beverley. 



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MacDonald, Peter William, M.D., The County Asylum, Dorset. 

McJannet, F. M., M.B., Middlewich, Cheshire. 

Macnaughton, Win. A., Walker-on Tyne. 

McNaught, Fred J. L.R.C.S.I., L.R.Q.C.P.I., Waltham-le-Willows,. 
Bury St. Edmunds. 

Medwin, A. G., M.D., F.L.S., &c., 34, Bruton Street, Berkeley Square, W.. 
Menzies, J. Herbert, 1, Gwendior Road, W. 

Milne, J. Black, The Infirmary, Dewsbury. 

Milne, Alex., c/o Dr. Lee, Dewsbury. 

Milburn, C. H., M.B., South Boulevard House, Hull. 

Mitchell, C. A., Eightlands Road, Dewsbury. 

Moore, Surgeon-General Sir William, K.C.I.E., 15, Portland Place- 
London, W. On 12th, Queen’s Hotel, Leeds. 

Morrison, J. Holmes, M.D., F.R.C.S., 17, Marshall Place, Perth. 

Morgan, Fredk., Uffculme, Cullompton, Devon. 

Money, Angel, M.D., F.R.C.P., 24, Harley Street, London, W. 

Mead, George B., M.D., Meutmere House, Newmarket, Suffolk. 

Morris, Edwin, M.B., F.R.C.S., Spalding, Lincolnshire. 

Mockett, G. I., Cannonbury House, Tyldesley, nr. Manchester. 

Murray, James, H.M. Prison, Wakefield. 

Mumby, B. H., Portsmouth. 

Nairne, J. Stuart, F.R.C.S.,Ed., 176, West Regent Street,'Glasgow. 
Newton, George, Dukinfield Lodge, Dukinfield, Cheshire. 

Nelson, Joseph, M.D., 2, Glengal Place, Belfast. 

Nuttall, R., M.R.C.S., Bank House, Bradford. 

Nunneley, J. N., M.B., 22, Park Place, Leeds. 

Oakley, John, Holley House, Halifax. 

O’Brien, Russell, M.D., 46, Upper Baker Street, 

O’Callaghan, Robert, F.R.C.S., Carlow. 

O’Callaghan, Matthew Quinn, Brailsford, nr. Derby. 

O’Sullivan, D. A., Oak Mount, Burnley, Lancashire. 

O’Dwyer, Brigade-Surgeon T. F., Medical Staff, Cowper Road, Harpenden, 
Herts. 

Oliver, Thomas, M.D., Newcastle-upon-Tyne. 

O’Neill, Henry, M.D., etc., 6, College Square East, Belfast. 

Oswald, James W. J., M.D., 245, Kenuingtou Road, London, S.E. 

Parke, Charles J., St. Kilda, Brakspears Road, Brockley, S.E. 

Paley, Wm., M.D., M.R.C.P., Yore Bank, Ripon. 

Page, John F. Le, M.D., 17, The Crescent, Salford. 

Parsons, Francis, M.D., West Worthing. 

Parsons, John, 56, Westgate, Burnley, Lancashire. 

Parsons, Charles, M.D., Dover. 

Page, AVm, Irving, Wimbledon Common. 

Partington, William, Lennox House, Tunstall. 

Peeke, Harold S., Surgeon, M.S., Barracks, York. 

Pearcey, James J. W., 15, Avenue Parade, Accrington. 

Peart, Robert S , M.D., North Shields. 



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Penny, J. C., M.D., Deputy Surgeon-General, Glen Gavin, Kew Gardens. 
Percival, Thomas, Ash Grove, Knottingley. 

Pearse, William, South Tudy, Podmin. 

Philipps, Sutherland Rees, M.D., St. Ann’s Heath, Virginia Water. 
Philpots, Harris (Birkenhead), Albany House, llkley. 

Philipson, George Hare, M.D., 7, Eldon Square, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. 
Poole, Geo. K., M.D., Surgeon-Major, Upper Norwood, London. 

Pogson, Wm., The Grange, Sea3roft. 

Pope, Harry Brougham, Kington, Herefs. 

Porritt, Norman, Huddersfield. 

Pope, Edward, M.R.C.S.,Eng., Tring, Herts. 

Powell, Scudamore, M.D., 7, Thayer Street, Manchester Square, W. 
Preston, Francis H., Winslow House, Cavendish Road, Bournemouth. 
Purdy, James Robert, M.D., Oulton, near Leeds. 

Pye-Smith, P. H., M.D., 54, Harley Street, London. 

Rawson, Edwin E., Physician and M.O.H., Thornton,^near Bradford. 
Rattray, J. M., M.B., Frome, Somerset. 

Rentoul, Robert Reid, 78, Washington Road, Liverpool. 

Rhodes, Geo. W., 1, Queen Street South, Huddersfield. 

Richardson, William James, 61, Queen Street, Keighley. 

Ridge, J. J., M.D., Carlton House, Enfield, Middlesex. 

Rigby, W. B., 723, Hyde Road, Gorton, Manchester. 

Ricketts, James, Ashgarth, Pannal Ash, Harrogate. 

Richards, Jonh E., L.R.C.P., 45, Bradford Road North, Huddersfield. 
Richards, J. Peeke, The County Asylum, Hanwell, W. 

Ringwood, John, Kells, Co. Meath, Ireland. 

Ritchie, Thomas, Romagna House, Otley. 

Routh, C. H. N., M.D., 52, Montagu Square, London, W. 

Robson, Herbert J., Hillary Place, Leeds. 

Roberts, Arthur, Keighley. 

Robson, A. W. Mayo, F.R.C.S., Leeds. 

Robinson, Mark, Surgeon-Major, I.M.D., Carletoii Road, Pontefract. 
Robinson, John, Frodsham, Cheshire. 

Routh, C. H. F., M.D., 52, Montagu Square, London, W. 

Rowe, G. Herbert, Hillary Place. Leeds. 

Rowley, Charles Octavius, Church Street, Barnsley. 

Ruttle, R., Accrington. 

Rugg, George Philip, M.D., Stockwell Villa, ClaphamRoad, London, S.W. 
Rygate, J. R., L.R.C.S., L.R.C.P, Belle Vue, Weston, Toyland, Bridge- 
water. 

Sandwith, F. M., Savile Club, W. 

Saundby, Robert, M.D., F.R.C.P., 83 a, Edmund Street, Birmingham. 
Scurfield, Harold, M.D., Edin., Consett, Co. Durham. 

Sergeant, Joseph S., Great Horton, Bradford. 

Scott, Thomas, llkley, 

Shaw, C. E. M., Surgeon-Major, M.S., Fort Pitt, Chatham. 

Sheen, Alfred, M.D., Cardiff. 

Sharpies, Thomas, Dardsley, Lostock Hall. 



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Shives, John, M.D., Liversedge. 

Shiittleworth, G. E., M.D., Royal Albert Asylum, Lancaster. 

Sherburn, John, Town Hall, Hull. 

Sibley, W. Septimus, 7, Harley Street, London, W. 

Smith, Charles, M.B. Cantab., Melbourne Place, Snow Hill, Wolverhampton. 
Snell, Simeon, 17, Eyre Street, Sheffield. 

Solly, S. E., M.D., M.R.C S., Delegate from the American Medical 
Association, Colorado Springs, Col, U.S.A. (Chiselhurst, Kent.) 
Stevenson, Robert, Rothwell, Leeds. 

Sutton, Frederick, Willinghani-by-Stow, Gainsborough. 

Sibthorpe, Brigade-Surgeon C., I.M.S., 36, Up Leeson Street, Dublin. 
Sinclair, C. F., Horsforth. 

Siordet, James Lewis, Mentone, Alpes Maritimes, France (in winter) j 
10, Crossbeck Road, Ilkley [pro temp.) 

Smailes, T., Hawthorn House, Honley. 

Smith, Solomon C., M.D, Halifax. 

Smith, Dr. Robert. Durham County Asylum, Sedgefield. 

Smith, P. Caldwell, M.A., M.D., D.P.A.Camb., Cadhmor, Motherwell,N.B. 
Smith, Walter, M.D., M.R.C.P., 2, Stanhope Terrace, Gloucester Gate,. 
London, N.W. 

Solomon, J. Vo.se, Birmingham. 

Spearing, Andrew, Glenarm House, Shaw, Lancs. 

Spence, Wm. Jas., Lyston, Leicester. 

Spicer, Scanes, M.D., 28, Welbeck Street, London, W. 

Square, Elliot J., Plymouth. 

Stanger, Win., Wakefield. 

Stainthorpe, Thomas, M.D, F.R.C.S.Eng., Hexham. 

Stewart, Donald, Mapperley Road, Nottingham. 

Storry, Fred. W,, Stroud, Gloucestershire. 

Stokes, Sir William, 5, Merrion Square, Dublin. 

Strange, William, M.D., Worcester, Vice-President. 

Stockwell, Fredk., Bruton, Somerset. 

Stevenson, George, M.D., Stretford, Manchester. 

Sutcliffe, John, Grosvenor House, Staleybridge. 

Sympson, E. Mansel, M.B., 3, James Street, Lincoln. 

Sympson. T., F.R.C.S., James Street, Lincoln. 

Symes, E. West, M.D., Hope Hall, Halifax, Yorkshire. 

Sykes, John, M.D., Doncaster. 

Sym, William George, M.B., 58, Queen Street, Edinburgh. 

Symonds, C. P., Ormskirk. 


Taylor, James, Haygarth House, Chester. 

Tait, Lawson, F.R.C.S., 7, Crescent, Birmingham. 

Taylor, G. Stamp, Clifton House, Beeston Hill, Leeds. 
Taylor, John Wm., M.D.,D. Sc., Rothsay House, Scarbro’. 
Thomas, Wm., 200, Bristol Road, Birmingham. 

Thomas, W. R., M.D., Little Forest House, Sheffield. 
Thimbleby, John, Spilsby, Lincolnshire. 




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Thompson, T. Burrell, Surgeon, Army M.S., Barracks, York. 

Thompson, Henry, Wat kin Street, Hull. 

Thompson, Samuel Malenoir, 34, Harcourt Street, Dublin. 

Thorp, Brook, M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., Unclercliff, Holmfirth. 

Thresh, John C., M.B., D.Sc., Victoria Park, Manchester. 

Tobin, John J., M.B., Ilkeston. 

Tomlinson, E. D., M.D., Brigade Surgeon, 1, Hillary Street, Leeds. 
Torrance, David W. (of Sea of Galilee Medical Mission), 3, Albion 
Crescent, Dowanhill, Glasgow. 

Trend, Theophilus W., M.D., Southampton. 

Trotter, W. 0., Oak House, Pocklington, Yorks. 

Tuckey, Chas. Lloyd, M. D., 14, Green Street, London, W. 

Tubby, Alfred H., 63, Studley Road, Clapham, S.W. 

Tyson, W. J., Folkestone. 


Warner, Francis, M.D., F.R.C.P., 24, Harley Street, London, W. 

Walker, A. W. Hinsley, M.D. (Brus.), F.R.C.S., Argyle House, Harrogate. 
Walker, J. Eagland, 123, Gower Street, London, W.C. 

Walker, J. Burnley, M.D., Golcar, near Huddersfield. 

Ward, J. O., Brotherton, near Normanton. 

Ward, J. By water, M.D., Warneford Asylum, Oxford. 

Wallace, Frederick, 96, Cazenoor Road, London, N. : Leeds address, 
Great Northern Hotel. 

Wallis, John A., County Asylum, Whittingham, Preston. 

Walker, William, M.D., 38, Newcome Street, Redcar, Yorks. 

Warden, Charles, M.D., 31, Newhall Street, Birmingham. 

Watkins, John W., M.D., Newton-le-Willows, Lancs. 

Watson, Thomas, M. D., Argyle House, South Stockton. 

Westcott, William Wynn, M.B., 396, Camden Road, London, N. 

Webb, William, M.D., F.R.C.S., Kirksworth, Derbyshire. 

Whalley, Wm., M.D., 77, Horton Lane, Bradford. 

Whitelegge, Arthur, 13, Belgrave Square, Nottingham. 

White, 0. Berry, Brigade-Surgeon Indian Army, Retd., Monkhams Hall, 
Waltham Abbey. 

White, Joseph, Oxford Street, Nottingham. 

White, Sinclair, Brookhill, Sheffield. 

Wheelhouse, C. G-, F.R.C.S., Hillary Place, Leeds. 

White, Walter, 6, Regent Street, Barnsley. 

Wise, R. Stanton, M.D., Banbury. 

Wiglesworth, Joseph, M.D., Rainhill, Prescot, Lancs. 

Williams, Walter T., King’s Witton, Banbury. 

Winkfield, Alfred, 26, Beaumont Street, Oxford. 

Wilkinson, Auburn, M.D., Tynemouth, Northumberland. 

Williams, Dawson, M.D., 25, Old Burlington Street, London, W. 
Wiseman, J. G., Ossett, near Leeds, 

Wilson, Thomas, Salisbury House, Wallsend-on-Tyne. 

Wigin, George W., Methley, Leeds. 

Wood, Francis Henry, Arundel House, Wakefield. 


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Wood, Dr. C. A., 52, Woburn Place, Russell Square, London, W.C. 
Wood, Arthur, Kirby Moorside. 

Woods, Hugh, M.D., Highgate. 

Wray, Charles, F.R.C.S., Eng., North End, Croydon, Surrey. 
Wright, Chas. J., Lynton Villa, Leeds. 

Wright, C. G., Virginia Road, Leeds 

Yelf, Robert E. B,, Moreton-in-Marsh, Glos. 

Yellowlees, D., M. D., Royal As 3 dum, Gartnavel, Glasgow. 

Young, George Wm., East Ardsley, Wakefield. 



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SO^IP- 

CONTAINS FREE FAT INSTEAD OF FREE ALKALIES. 


From the “ Illustrated Medical News'* 

“ It is well-known that the use of some soaps, owing to the excess of 
alkali they contain, do not agree with many skins, more especially in 
infancy, in females, and when they are irritated or inflamed. It was a 
decidedly happy idea to incorporate cream in ‘Vinolia’ Soap, and the 
result is a decided success, as we can testify from a prolonged trial of the 
article. The great feature of ‘ Vinolia ’ Soap is that it contains, instead of 
some free alkali, an excess of the plastic emollient cream, and thus em¬ 
bodies the principle introduced in recent years of a superfatty soap ; con¬ 
sequently it is beautifully emollient and softening to the skin, and most 
soothing in many slightly inflamed conditions. Everyone knows, tor 
instance, what a difficult problem it is to cleanse inflamed skin on the 
hands without setting up irritation. It lathers well, and altogether is 
most agreeable. For those who are interested in the subject of shaving, 
we add, try ‘Vinolia’ Soap.’' 

From the Lo^'don Medical Recorder” 

“ ‘ Vinolia ’ Soap may be used even for the most irritable skin without 
the risk of producing excoriation, &c. It is highly spoken of by leading 
authorities for skin affections and tender skins.” 

From the “ Hospital Gazette” 

“ Medical men often have occasion to forbid the use of soap in certain 
irritable conditions of the skin, on account of the damage inflicted on sen¬ 
sitive tissues. It is obvious that, however necessary, the inability to use 
soap entails considerable discomfort, and one is therefore disposed to wel¬ 
come a product in which the primary source of the irritation—the excess 
of caustic alkali—has been overcome by a special process of manufacture. 
We have tried ‘ Vinolia ’ Soap, and can certify that it is bland and unirri¬ 
tating, even to the most delicate skin. The alkali in the soap being 
neutralised by an adequate provision of fatty base, it does not deprive the 
skin of its natural fat, but acts rather as a lubricant, leaving it soft and 
pliable. We may observe in parenthesis that it is altogether a false 
economy to employ an inferior product. Apart from the medical aspect of 
the question, it should be borne in mind that hard, well-milled soaps, in 
which the proper proportions of the various components have been carefully 
provided, lather better and last longer than products in the manufacture 
of which less care or less skill has been shown. We can confidently assert 
that for toilet purposes we have never seen ‘ Vinolia ’ Soap surpassed.” 

EVIL EFFECTS OF SOAPS. 

“VINOLIA” SOAP differs from other Soaps, which harm the skin by 
reason of their free soda or potash, inasmuch as it contains, instead of free 
soda or potash, some unsaponified plastic emollient cream ; it cleanses 
admirably, while the presence of the emollient cream prevents the alkali 
from, by any possibility, attacking the skin, extracting the oil, and thereby 
hardening and weakening this tissue, and rendering it liable to blotches, 
wrinkles, duskiness, and premature decay. The drying, deleterious action 
of ordinary soaps upon the hair and scalp is easily perceived after sham¬ 
pooing with them. “Vinolia” Soap lathers beautifully, and is the only 
Soap for skin treatment, shaving or shampooing, or for the toilet, nursery, 
and bath. Prices:—“Vinolia” (for Eczema, Pruritus, &c.). Is. 9cl. and 
6 3. “ Vinolia ” Soap (Toilet), 2s. 6d. per box of Three Tablets. 


Agents for BLONDEAU & CIE., 

ROBERTS &. CO., 76, New Bond Street, London. 

And 5, Rue de la Paix, Paris. 






British JHleliical ^ssotiation 


FIFTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL MEETING. 

LEEDS, 1SS9. 

2)ail? journal. 

No. 2. 

Wednesday Morning, August l^'th^ 


CONTENTS. 


PACK. 


Access to Sectional Rooms, etc. 9 

Agenda ... 37 

Annual Museum... ... ... 10 

Badges, Local Officers. 6 

Clubs, etc., open to Members .. 17 

Entertainments. ... 11 

Excursions (Saturday). 21 

Excursions and Visits. 13 

G eneral Arrangements ... ... 7 

General and Special Meetings... 16 
Irish Graduates’Association ... 16 

Ladies, Arrangements for ... 17 

List of Members . 49 

Local Committees ... ... 4 

Luncheon . 7 


PACK. 


Medical Sickness, Annuity and 
Life Assurance Society ... 16 

New Sydenham Society ... 16 

Officers of the Association .. 3 

Postal and Telegraph Office ... 7 

Programme of Proceedings ... 3o 

Programme of To-day .. ... 36 

Railway Arrangements ... 18 

Readers of Addresses ... ... 3 

Reception Room 7 

Rules for the conduct of Annual 
Meetings ... ... ... 47 

Sectional Arrangements ... 38 

Short Excursions . 13 

Telephone . 7 

Tram Cars . 19 


All communications intended for this Journal should he sent marked 
Editor “ Daily Journal,” and must he in the Editor's hands before five 
o'clock the previous evening. 

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THE IDEAL FORM OF COD-LIYER OIL 


“ Patients unable to tolerate the purest and most carefully 
prepared Cod-Liver Oil can readily digest and assimilate it when 
combined with Mai tine .”—British Medical Journal. 

The following points differentiate Maltine with God-Liver 
Oil from all other preparations of oil and malt:— ’ 

1. Owing to the discovery of a special process, we are able 
to combine, in a stable form, a larger quantity of the oil with the- 
malt than is done in any other preparation. 

2. At the same time, the presence of the oil is disguised with 
absolute success. This cannot be predicated of any other product. 

3. The combination is far more intimate; consequently the 
oil is more digestible. 

4. The superiority of Maltine in albuminoids, makes this com- ] 
bination the most flesh-forming preparation of Cod-Liver Oil, 

A few words may not be amiss regarding the use which is i 
now generally made of Maltine with Cod-Liver Oil by the Pro- ! 
fession. ; 

In phthisis its action is most marked, alleviating the cough, 
increasing the body-weight, improving the general health of the 
patient, and retarding the pulmonic disorganisation. It is found 
most useful in convalescence from acute general disease, in 
chronic inflammations, and in the sequelae of acute specific disease. 

It is very serviceable in scrofula, chronic rheumatism, and 
chronic skin affections. When the nutritive process begins to 
flag, as in the case of old people, Maltine with Cod-Liver Oil pro 
motes that function, and generally when the patient is feeble, and 
presents a condition of depraved nutrition, Maltine with Cod- 
Liver Oil is prescribed with advantage. 

We shall be pleased to send Specimens free of charge to 
Medical Men- 

The word “ MALTINE ” is our Registered^Trade^Mark. 

In Preseribing kindly specify “ The Maltine Manufacturing Company.” 


THE MALTINE MANUFACTURING COMPANY, Ld., 

24 and 25, HART STREET, BLOOMSBURY, 

LOKDOM, W.C. 







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Officers of tj)e Association. 


Pj^esident. 

C. G. WHEELHOUSE, F.R.C.S., J.P., Consulting Surgeon, 
Leeds General Infirmary. 

President-Elect 


President of the Council, 

THOMAS BRIDGWATER, M.B., J.P., Harrow-on-the-HilL 
Treasurer. 

CONSTANTINE HOLMAN, M.D., J.P., Reigate. 

Editor of the ‘‘ British Medical Journal-'* 
ERNEST HART, Esq., 429, Strand, London, W.C. 

General Secretary- 

FRANCIS FOWKE, Esq., 429, Strand, London, W.C. 


Readers of Addresses- 

An Address in Medicine will be delivered by J. Hughlings 
Jackson, M.D., LL.D., F.R.S., Physician to the London Hos¬ 
pital, and to the National Hospital for Paralysed and Epileptic, 
Queen Square, W.C. 

An Address in Surgery will be delivered by T. Peidgin Teale, 
M.B., F.R.C.S., F.R.S., Consulting Surgeon to the Leeds 
General Infirmary, Leeds. 

An Address in Psychology will be delivered by SiR J. 
Crichton Browne, M.D., LL.D., F.R.S., Lord Chancellor’s 
Visitor in Lunacy, London. 

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§ocal (Ex^cutipc Committee- 


Mr. C. G. Wheelhouse, President- 
Elect. 

Mr. Wm. Hall, Hon. Treasurer. 
]\Ir. Edward Atkinson. 

Dr. A. G. Barrs, 

Dr. James Braitliwaite. 

Mr. J. B. Carter. 

Dr. T. Churton. 

Mr. H. W. Coleman. 

Mr. E. O. Croft. 

Dr. J. E. Eddison. 

Dr. Fred. Hall. 

Dr. E. H, Jacob. 


Mr. T, E. Jessop. 

Mr. J. S. Loe. 

Mr. A. F. McGill. 

Mr. J. A. Nunneley. 

Mr, C. Richardson. 

Mr. A. W. Mayo Robson 
Mr. T. Scattergood. 

Mr. H. A. Smith. 

Mr. T. Pridgin Teale. 

Mr. Chas. J. Wright, 

Dr. C. M, Chadwick, 

Mr. Herbert Rowe, 


Hon. Local 
Secretaries. 


SUB-COMMITTEES. 


Ex-officio members oj all Sub-Committees. 


Mr C. G. Wheelhouse, President- 
Elect. 

Mr. Wm. Hall, Hon. Treasurer. 


Mr. Chas. J. Wright, 
Dr. C. M. Chadwick, 
Mr. Herbert Rowe, 


Hon. Local 
Secretaries. 


RECEPTION SUB COMMITTEE. 

Dr, J, E. Eddison, Chairman. i TSIr, Edwin Roberts 

Mr. A. W. Mayo Robson, Sec- j Mr. T. Scattergood. 

retary. j Mr. T. Pridgin Teale. 

Dr. ,T. Wardrop Griffith. 


PRINTING AND PUBLISHING SUB-COMMITTEE. 

The Honorary Local Secretaries. 

MUSEUM SUB-COMMITTEE. 

Dr. T. Churton, Chairman. 

Dr. E. H. Jacob, Secretary. 

Section A.-—Food and Drugs, in charge of Dr. J. B. Hellier and Mr. 
C. V, Newstead. 

Section B.—Pathology, in charge of Dr. J, Dobson and Dr. E. H. Jacob. 
Section C.—Anatomy and Physiology, in charge of Dr. de Burgh Birch 
and Dr. T. Wardrop Griffith. 

Section D.—Instruments and Books, in charge of Mr. W. H. . Brown 
and Mr. Frank H. Mayo. 

Section E.—Sanitary and Ambulance Appliances, in charge of Mr. R. N. 
Hartley and Mr. J. S. Loe 










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LOCAL ENTERTAINMENT SUB-COMMITTEE. 


Mr. John A. Nunneley, Chairman. 
Mr. H. Archbold Smith, Secre¬ 
tary. 

Mr. A. T. Bacon. 

Dr. James Braithwaite. 


Mr. W. H. Brown. 

Mr. H. W. Coleman. 
Mr. W. Bevan Lewis. 
Mr. Edmund Robinson. 


EXCURSIONS SUB-COMMITTEE. 


Mr. C. Richardson, Chairman. I Dr. Fred. Hall. 
Dr. C. M. Chadwick, Secretary. Mr. J. G. Nevitt. 

Mr. H. W. Coleman. | 


DINNER AND LUNCHEONS SUB-COMMITTEE. 

Mr. T. R. Jessop, Chairman. j Mr. J. B. Carter. 

Mr. Herbert Rowe, Secretary. Mr. A. F. McGill. 

Dr. A. G. Barrs. ( 

SOIREE SUB-COMMITTEE. 


Mr. Edward Atkinson, Chairman. 
Dr. A. G. Barrs, Secretary. 

Dr. de Burgh Birch. 

Dr. J. E. Eddison. 


Mr. H. Bendelack Hewetson, 
Mr. F. Holmes. 

Mr. J. S. Loe. 

Mr. Edward Ward. 


GENERAL PURPOSES, HOTELS, LODGINGS, ETC., 
SUB-COMMITTEE. 

Mr. Chas. J. Wright, Chairman. | Mr. J. B. Hargreaves. 

Mr. E. 0. Croft, Secretary. Mr. J. J. Pickles. 

Mr. John Hallilay. I Mr. G. Stamp Taylor. 






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Socal ©fficcts’ 3a5gc5. 


The Sectif nal Secretaries and Local Officers "will wear Badges, thus :— 
Green—/S ecrfVaries ot Sections, with the initial letters of their respective- 
Sections—Medicine (M.), Surgery (S.), Obstetrics, &c. (O.), Public 
Medicine (P.M.), Psychology (Psy.)5 Pathology and Physiology 
(P. P.), Ophthalmology (Oph.), Diseases of Children (C.)> Laryn¬ 
gology (L.), Otology (Ot.), Pharmacology and Therapeutics (P.T.) 

Secretaries of Suh-Committees —Reception (R.), Soiree (S.), Dinner 
(D.), Hotel and Lodgings (H.L.), Excursions (E.), Museums (M.), 
and Sections (Ma.), (Mb.), (Me.), (Md.), (Me.) respectively.. 
The Stewards to the Conversazione and Dinner, and the gentlemen, 
in charge of the various Excursions, will also wear Badges. 

_ ^Honorary Local Secretaries (Hon, Sec.) 

iHonorary Local Treasurer (T.) 







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(Scmral ^Inrangcments. 


All General Meetings of the Association will be held in the Coliseum, 
in Cookridge Street, and the Public Medicine Section will meet at the 
Philosophical Hall, in Park Row. With these two exceptions, the whole 
of the work of the Meeting will be done in the Mechanics’ Institute and 
adjoining School of Science. 

THE RECEPTION ROOM 

"Will be found by turning to the right on entering the Mechanics’ Institute 
by the principal door in Cookridge Street. It will be open on Monday, 
August 12th, from 12 o’clock noon until 8 p.m., and during the rest of the 
Meeting from 9 a.ra. to 6 p.m. 

POST AND TELEGRAPH OFFICE. 

Telegraphic Address :—Congress,” Leeds. 

A special office will be open until 7 p. m. each day during the Meeting in 
the basement of the Mechanics’ Institute (down the left-hand staircase 
opposite the principal entrance). Members are particularly requested to 
ask at the Post Office for letters and telegrams. Each morning lists will 
be posted up of the names of those for whom letters and telegrams 
reeeived the previous day are waiting. The Letter-box is in the passage 
outside the Post Office. 

TELEPHONE. 

On the Ground Floor, Mechanics’ Institute. Exehange, No. 600. (See Plan.) 

READING AND WRITING ROOMS 

Are provided on the First Floor of the Mechanics’ Institute, and are most 
easily reached by the staircase near the Reception Room door. 

LUNCHEON ROOM 

In the Crypt of the Meehanics’ Institute. Luncheon will be provided at a 
cost of 2s. 6d., from 12 to 3 o’clock daily. 

SMOKING ROOM 

On the First Floor of the Mechanics’ Institute. (Staircase near Medicine 
Section Room, Special Entrance, Vernon Street). 

NEWSPAPER STALL. 

Messrs. Goodall and Suddick will supply a Newspaper Stall, which will 
be found immediately on the right inside the prineipal entrance of the 
Mechanics’ Institute. London Papers will arrive at 10.10 a.m. 



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LADIES’ ROOM AND CLOAK ROOM 
(With Attekdant), 

On the First Floor of the Mechanics’ Institute (special entrance, Vernon 
Street). 


DRESSING ROOM. 

Arrangement for the above, from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., has been made at the 
Trevelyan Hotel, Roar Lane, at a charge of 1/- each member making use 
of it. Dressing Bags may be left in charge of the Manager. 





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2lccess to Sectional HTeeting JJooms, etc. 


In consequence of the narrowness of the passages in the Mechanics 
Institute and School of Science, and especially of the single one which 
forms the sole means of communication between these two buildings, 
Members are particularly requested to consult the Table given below, and as 
far as possible to enter by the door, the name of which is placed opposite 
the room they wish to reach. 


SECTIONS. 


A. Medicine 


Building. Fl^or, 

Mechanics’ Institute.. Ground .. 


B. Surgery.School of Science .. First 

C. Obstetric Medicine .. .. Mechanics’Institute.. First 


D. Public Medicine .. .. Philosophical Hall .. 

E. Psychology .. .. .. School of Science .. Ground .. 

F. Pathology and Physiology .. „ .. First 

G. Ophthalmology .... „ .. Ground .. 

H. Diseases of Children .. .. „ .. 

I. Laryngology. „ .. „ 

J. Otology.Mechanics’Institute.. „ 

K. Pharmacology and Thera¬ 

peutics .School of Science .. First 


D )or, 

Cookridge Street 

(Principal). 
Rossington Street. 
Cookridge Street. 

(Principal). 
In Park Ilow.| 
Rossington Street. 


Cookridge Street 
(Principal), 


Rossington Street. 


MUSEUM. 


A. Food and Drugs .. .. Mechanics’Institute.. 


B. Pathology . 

C. Anatomy and Physiology .. 

D. Instruments and Books 


I School of Science 
Mechanics’ Institute.. 


E. Sanitary and Ambulance 

Appliances .. .. School of Science .. 


Ground Cookridge Street 

Albert Hall (Principal). 

Second .. Rossington Street. 
Ground Cookridge Street 

Albert Hall (Principal). 

Basement Rossington Street. 


GENERAL ROOMS. 


Reception.Mechanics* Institute.. Ground.. Cookridge Street 

(Principal). 

Reading and Writing .. .. „ .. First .. „ 

Ladies’ . „ .. „ .. Vernon street. 

Luncheon. „ .. (Crypt) Cookridge Street 

Basement (Principal). 

Cloak . „ .. j, •• )) 

Post and Telegraph Office .. ,, .. m •• >> 


Council Room 

Editor’s Room 
General Secretary’s Room 

Local Secretaries’ Room .. 


OFFICIAL. 


Mechanics’ Institute.. 

School of Science 
Mechanics’ Institute.. 


Ground .. Cookridge Street 
(Principal). 
„ .. Rossington Street. 

„ .. Vernon Street 

(2nd door). 
















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2innual ZHuseum. 


In connection with the Fifty-seventh Annual Meeting of the British 
Medical Association, +he Museum and Exhibition will be held in the Albert 
Hall, and the Covered Play-ground and Chemical Laboratory of the Leeds 
School of Science (Mechanics’ Institute). 

The Museum will he arranged in the following sections :— 

Section A.—In the Albert Hall, Foods and Drugs, including Antiseptic 
dressings and other Chemical and Pharmaceutical preparations. Honorary 
Secretaries, Dr. J. Hellier, 1, De Grey Terrace, Leeds; Mr. C. V. Newstead, 
40, Headingley Lane, Leeds.) 

Section B, —In the Chemical Laboratory, Pathology, comprising casts, 
models, diagrams, apparatus, microscopical and spirit preparations, etc. 
Honorary Secretaries, Dr. J. Dobson, 27, Burley Lawn, Leeds; Dr. E. H. 
Jiacob, 12, Park Street, Leeds. 

Section C.—In the Chemical Laboratory, Anatomy and Physiology, 
comprising special dissections, methods of preparation, drawings, models, 
microscopes, microtomes, and microscopic preparations. Honorary Secre¬ 
taries, Physiology, Dr. De Burgh Birch, 16, De Grey Terrace, Leeds. 
Anatomy, Dr. Wardrop Grifl6th, 23, Park Square, Leeds. 

Section D.—In the Albert Hall, Instruments and Books, including 
appliances, medical, surgical, and electrical. Honorary Secretaries, Instru¬ 
ments, Mr. W. H. Brown, 19, Queen Street, Leeds. Boohs, Mr. F. H. 
Mayo, 49, Otley Road, Leeds. 

Section E.—In the Covered Play ground, School of Science, Sanitary 
AND Ambulance Appliances. Honorary Secretaries, Sanitary, Mr. J, S. 
Loe, Grafton Street, Leeds. Amhvlance, Mr. R. N. Hartley, Blenheim 
Terrace, Leeds. 

Chairman, Museum Committee, T. Churton, M.D. 

Honorary Secretary, Ernest H. Jacob, M.D., 12, Park Street, Leeds. 

Communications on general matters connected with the Museum to be 
addressed to the Museum Secretary, Dr. Jacob, 12, Park Street, Leeds. 





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(Entertainments. 


THE ANNUAL DINNER 

‘Of the Association will be held in the Town Hall, on Thursday, August 
15th, at 7.30 p.m. Tickets, including wine. One Guinea; without wine, 
15s. Members are particularly requested to apply early for Tickets, and 
to choose their seats in the Reception Room. A^o Tickets will he sold after 
the Reception Room closes on Wednesday Evening. 

Tickets for Ladies wishing to attend the speeches may be obtained by 
members when purchasing their Dinner Tickets. 

(For late trains from Leeds see page IS.) 

CONVERSAZIONE, 

Given by the President and Local Executive Committee in the Municipal 
Art Gallery, at 8.30 p.m., on Wednesday, August 14th. 

Invitation cards can be obtained by members in the Reception Room. 

The Guests are requested to observe the following arrangements :— 

1. Carriages to set down at the Calverley Street entrance. 

2. Admission Cards must be given up at the entrance. 

•3. Cloak Room Arrangements : 

The Rate Office, exactly opposite to the Calverley Street entrance, 
will be used as the Gentlemen’s Cloak Room. The counter will be 
divided into ten sections, each section taking 100 guests, and being in 
charge of an attendant. The sections will be marked off by placards 
announcing the number to be taken in each section. 

Each Invitation or Admission Card will be accompanied by a 
double Cloak Room Ticket; and, on arriving, the guest wiU go to 
the section of the Cloak Room containing his number ; e.g., the Cloak 
Room Ticket No. 407 will go to section 401-500 inclusive. One half 
of the ticket is to be retained by the guest, the other half to be 
given up with coats, &c. 

The same arrangements will be made in the Ladies’ Cloak Room. 

4. The President will receive the guests in the Stair-case Hall. 

5. Refreshments will be served in the North Room. 

6. The Entertainment by Mr. and Mrs. Upton and Mr. Laurence Kellie 

will be given in the Reading Room. 

CARRIAGE REGULATIONS. 

SETTING DOWN, 

Carriages will proceed by way of Park Lane to the Calverley Street 
entrance of the Municipal Buildings, and set down with horses’ heads to 
Great George Street, and will leave by Great George Street. 



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TAKING UP. 

Carriages will be parked in Victoria Square and adjacent streets, 
under the directions of the Police on duty, and will take up with horses’ 
heads towards Great George Street, and move off by Great George Street. 


GARDEN PARTIES. 

Thupsday, 4 to 6.80 p.m. A Garden Party will be given by Sir James 
Kitson, Bart., at Gledhow Hall. 

Friday, 4 to 6.30 p.m. A Garden Party will be given by Mr. T. R. 
Jessop, F.R.C.S., at Roundhay Mount. 

Carriages will be provided at 3.30, in Vernon Street; 
fare in both instances, 6d. for the single journey. 

The Headingley Tram-cars will also, by special arrangement, 
run through the town to Roundhay on both Thursday and 
Friday afternoons, beginning at 3.30 p.m., and then every 
15 minutes until 7 p.m. They will stop at the Mechanics’ 
Institute to take up passengers. 

4 to 6 P.M. A Garden Party will be given at the West 
Riding Asylum, Wakefield, by Mr. Be van Lewis, Medical 
Director. 

Train, 3.25 and 4.35 p.m., Great Northern Station, to West- 
gate, Wakefield. 

Saturday, 4 p.m. A Garden Party will be given by the Lord Bishop 
of Ripon and Mrs Carpenter, at the Palace, Ripon. This 
Garden Party is included in the programme of Excursion No. 
5, but the invitation is extended to all Members of the 
Association. 


AFTERNOON RECEPTIONS. 

Wednesday, 4.30 to 6.30 p.m. An Afternoon Reception will be given at 
the Yorkshire College, by The Most Hon. the Marquis of Ripon 
(President), Council, and Senate of the College. 

4 to 6.30. An Afternoon Reception, at the Carlton Barracks, 
will be given by Colonel Wilson and Officers of the 3rd 
Volunteer Battalion of the West Yorkshire Regiment to 
members who are or have been connected with any of the 
military services. 

Invitation Cards for the Garden Parties and Receptions can be 
obtained by members in the Reception Room. 

RECEPTION AND BALL. 

Friday, 8 p.m. The Mayor and Mayoress of Leeds (Alderman and 
Mrs. Ward) will give a Reception, followed by a Ball, in the 
Town Hall in honour of the Association. 

Members can obtain Invitation Cards in the Reception Room. 

No Cards will be issued after Thursday. 








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SHORT EXCURSIONS. 

MORNINGl DRIVES AND VISITS TO MANUFACTORIES, 
ETC. 


In order to facilitate the necessary arrangements for 
conveyance, members are particularly requested to 
enter their names in the Reception Room for the 
above as early as possible. 

Tickets must be obtained not later than the day 
previous to visit. 

Fares for circular visits to manufactories will be 
1/6, to be paid on taking ticket. 

Members are requested, when visiting manufac¬ 
tories, to take their Association Tickets, as in some 
instances they will be required for presentation. 


Wednesday- 

9.30 A.M.—Drive to Adel Church and Kirkstall Abbey. 

Conducted by the Vicar of Adel and Professor 
Ransome (Professor of Modern History at the 
Yorkshire College). Number unlimited. Fare 2/-, 
to be paid on taking ticket. 

No 1 Circular Visit (Number limited to 25). 

10 A.M. —12-30 p.M.—V isit to Messrs. Barran’s, Manufacturing 
Clothiers, Park Square and Woodhouse Square. 

Messrs. Cliff and Co.’s Works, Wortley 
(Pottery Works). 

Messrs. Pawson and Sons’ Works, Wortley, 
Cloth Manufacturers. (Luncheon provided.) 

No. 2 Circular Visit (Number unlimited). 

10.30 A.M.— 12.30 P M.—Visit to Messrs. Fairbairn’s, Wellington Bridge. 
Flax, Machine, and Tool Makers. 

Messrs. Paul and Co., The “ Oak ” Tannery, 
Kirkstall Road. 

Messrs. McCorquodale and Co., Basinghall 
Street, Printers and Lithographers. 

No. 3 Circular Visit (Number limited to 125). 

10 a.m. —2 p.m.—Messrs. Greenwood and Batley, Makers of 
Torpedoes, Ammunition, and Heavy Tools, Armley 
Road. (Luncheon provided for 100.) 

Messrs. Eyres and Co., Woollen Manufacturers, 
Armley. (Luncheon provided for 25.) 







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2.30—3.30 P.M.— Organ Becital at Armley Church. 

3.30 P.M.— Afternoon Tea at Dr. Coleman’s, Armley. 

Excursion to Boroughbridge and Aldborough (the ancient city 
of Isurium). 

A party] not exceeding 25 in number will leave Leeds, North Eastern 
Station, by the 11 a m. train for Boroughbridge. Conducted by Mr. 
A. D. H. Leadman, F.S.A. 

Luncheon will be provided by Mr. Lawson, Aldborough Manor. 


Thursday-, 

9.30 A.M.—Drive to Temple Newsam (the seat of the 
Hon. Mrs. Meynell Ingram), and Roundhay Park. 
Conducted by Mr. C. Richardson. Number Un¬ 
limited. Fare ly6, to be paid on taking ticket. 

No. 1 Visit (Number unlimited). 

10—11 A.M. —Visit to the Farnley Iron Works. (Train 10.15 
a.m. L. & N. W. Railway to Wortley; return 11.58 
a.m.) 

No. 2 Circular Visit (Number unlimited). 

10—12 a.m.—Visit to Messrs. Arthur and Co., Park Square, 
Manufacturing Clothiers. 

Messrs. J. Tetley and Sons’ Brewery. 

No. 3 Visit (Number limited to 100). 

10 A.M —2 P.M. —Visit to Leeds Forge Co.’s Works. (Corrugated 
Boiler Flues, Fox’s Tyres, Extensive Water Gas 
Plant, &c.) (Luncheon provided.) 

No. 4 Circular Visit (Number limited to 40). 

10—12 A.M. —Visit to Messrs. Cravt'Ord’s Mills, East Street. 
Woollen Manufacturers. 

Messrs. Elliott Hinchcliffe and Co.’s Mills. 
Woollen Manufacturers. 

Messrs. Taylor’s “ Clarence ” Ironworks. 
(Luncheon provided.) 

No. 5 Circular Visit (Number unlimited). 

10 A.M.—2 P.M.—Visit to Mr. Alf Cooke’s Colour Printing 
Works. 

Messrs. Tannett and Walker’s Ironworks. 
Messrs. Fowler and Co.’s Steam Plough Works. 


Visit to Menston Asylum. Train, Midland Railway Station, 1.15 
p.m., to Guiseley. Return train, 3.24 or 6.24 p.m. from Guiseley. 





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Friday- 

9.30 A.M.—Drive to Harewood and Harewood House (the 
Seat of the Earl of Harewood). Conducted by Mr, 
P. A. Steedman, of Harewood, who invites the 
party to luncheon. Fare 2/-, to be paid on taking 
ticket. Number limited to 25. 

No. 1 Circular Visit (Number limited to 50). 

10—12 A.M. — Visit to Messrs. Buckley’s Works, Greek Street. 
Manufacturing Clothiers. 

The Burmantofts Pottery Company’s Works, 
Makers of the “ Burmantofts Faience. ” 

Messrs. Lawson & Co.’s Foundry. (Refresh¬ 
ments provided.) 

No. 2 Visit (Number unlimited). 

11 A.M.—2 p.m. — Visit to Messrs. Nichol’s Tannery. (Kirkstall 
Abbey also can be visited at same time.) 

No. 3 Circular Visit (Number unlimited). 

10 A.M. —2 p.M. — Visit to the Monk Bridge Ironworks. (Manu¬ 
facture of Steel, &c.) 

Messrs. Nichols & Beckworth, The “ Joppa ’ 
Tannery. 

No. 4 Circular Visit (Number limited to 20). 

iO A.M. —2 p.m.—Visit to Messrs. Manning & Wardle’s Engine 
Works, Hunslet. Luncheon provided. 

Messrs. Kitson’s Airedale Foundry. Loco¬ 
motive makers. 

No. 5 Visit (Number unlimited). 

12a.m.—2 p.m.—Visit to Telephone Company’s Sm’itch Room,. 

Central Exchange, Park Row. Or on any other 
day at the same on presentation of member’s card. 



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(5meml anb Special meetings. 


]. On Tuesday Evening, at 8.30, the President’s Address. Coliseum. 

2. On Wednesday, at 3 p.m., the Address in Medicine by J. Hughlings 

Jackson, M.D., L.C.J).,F. R S. Coliseum. Presentation of Stewart 
Prize to Dr. E. Klein, F.R.S. 

3. On Thursday, at 3 p.m., the Address in Surgery by T. Pridgin Teale, 

M.A., F.R.S., F.R.C.S. Coliseum. 

4. On Friday, at 3 p.m., the Address in Psychology by Sir James 

(hichton Browne, M.D., F.R.S. Coliseum. 


EXHIBITION OF SURGICAL CASES. 

On Wednesday, August 14th, from 4 to 5.30 pm., in the Central HaU of 
the Infirmary. 

The following hleetings, by permission of the Council, will be held 
during the Annual Meeting :— 

THE MEDICAL SICKNESS, ANNUITY, AND LIFE ASSURANCE 
SOCIETY. 

A Meeting will be held in the Philosophical Hall, on Wednesday, August 
14th, at 2 o’clock p.m. 


IRISH MEDICAL SCHOOLS’ AND GRADUATES’ ASSOCIATION. 

The Summer Meeting will be held at 4.15 o’clock p.m. on Wednesday, 14th 
August, in the Philosophical Hall. 

ANATOMICAL SOCIETY. 

H'he Summer Meeting will be held in the Theatre of the Medical School, 
on Thursday, 15th August, at 4.30 p.m. 

NEW SYDENHAM SOCIETY. 

The Annual Meeting of this Society will be held in the Middle Division 
Room, Mechanics’ Institute, on Friday, August 16th, at 9.30 a.m. 
{Special Entrance, Vernon Street.) 

BATHS. 

By the kind permission of the Directors, the Baths of the Oriental Bath 
Company, in Cookridge Street, will be open to Members during the week of 
the meeting on presentation of their cards of Membership, at the follo’wing 
reduced rates :—■ 

First-class Turkish Bath . Is. 6d. 

,, Warm Bath. Os. 6d. 

,, Swimming Bath . Os. 6d. 











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CLUBS OPEN TO MEMBERS OF THE ASSOCIATION. 


The Conservative Club, South Parade. On presentation of a card of a 
Member of the Club to be obtained in the Reception Room. 

The Liberal Club, Park Row. On presentation of their Association 
Ticket. 

The Royal Exchange Reading Room, Boar Lane, near the Queen’s 
Hotel, is open to Members of the Association during the Meeting, 


RESTAURANTS. 
Powolny’s, Bond Street. 

Wood’s, Commercial Street. 

The Queen’s, Bishopgate Street. 
The Grand, Boar Lane. 

The Criterion, New Briggate. 


GRAND THEATRE. 

During the week, Mr. Arthur Roberts, with his Burlesque Company. 
Tickets may be obtained at Messrs. Ramsden’s, Park Row, and at the 
Theatre. 


ARRANGEMENTS FOR LADIES. 


A Ladies’ Room and Cloak-room, with attendant, is provided in the 
Mechanics’ Institute (special entrance—Vernon Street). Afternoon Tea 
will be provided each day in this room for Ladies and Members accom¬ 
panying them from 3.30 to 4.30 p.m. Ladies are invited to attend :— 

Tuesday, 4 p.m.— Service in the Parish Church, Sermon by the Bishop of 
Ripon. 

Wednesday, 4.30 to 6.30 p.m. — Reception at the Yorkshire College by 
the President, Council and Senate of the College. 

4 to 6.30 p.m.— Reception given by Colonel Wilson and the 
Officers, 3rd Vol. Batt. West Yorkshire Regiment, to Members 
in the Services at the Carlton Barracks. 

8.30 P.M. —Conversazione by the President of the Associa¬ 
tion and the Local Executive Committee in the Art Gallery 
and Municipal Buildings. 

Thursday, 4 to 6.30 p.m. — Garden Party at Gledhow Hall, given by Sir 
James Kitson, Bart. 

9 P.M. —The Speeches after the Annual Dinner in the Town 
Hall. Light Refreshments and seats on the orchestra will be 
provided. Tickets for Ladies may be obtained by Members 
when purchasing their Dinner tickets. 








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Friday, 4 to 6.30 p.m. —Garden Party at Roundhay Mount, given by^ 
T. R. Jessop, F.R.C.S.Eng. 

4 to 6 p.M.— Garden Party at the West Riding Asylum, 
Wakefield. 

8 p.M.— Reception and Ball by the Mayor of Leeds, in the 
Town Hall. 

Saturday, Excursions (see page 20). 

4 p.M.— Garden Party, given by the Lord Bishop of Ripon 
and Mrs. Carpenter, at The Palace, Ripon. 

Daily. —Short Excursions to places of interest in the neighbourhood, 
manufactories, etc. (see page 13). 

The Baths of the Oriental Bath Company are, by kind permission 
of the Directors, open to Ladies presenting a card to be 
obtained in the Ladies’ Room, at the following reduced 
rates : — 

First-class Turkish Bath, open 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Is. 

First-class Swimming Bath, on Thursday, 9.30 a.m. to 3 p.m., 6d. 


RAILWAY ARRANGEMENTS. 


Members of the Association, on application at the booking oflBce at 
Leeds, and on production of their cards of Membership, can have issued to 
them return tickets at single fares, available frovi Leeds to any station 
within a radius of fifty miles. The same facilities will be afforded to ladies 
accompanying Members. Periodical tickets (first class) to Harrogate or 
Ilkley, available for seven days, will be issued to Members of the 
Association at a charge of 10s., each on production of the voucher above 
named. These facilities will apply strictly to Leeds, and there will be 
no reduction in the fares charged to the Members of the Association on,, 
their journey to Leeds for the Meeting. 


LATE TRAINS FROM LEEDS. 


Central Station :— 

G.N. 10-0 P.M. Ardsley, Wakefield, Doncaster, Bawtry, Retford, &c.. 
G.N. 10-0 P.M. (Tuesday only.) Ossett, Dewsbury, Batley. 

G.N. 10-5 P.M. Armley, Braniley, Stamiingley, Bradford. 

G.N. 10-10 P.M. (Not on Tuesday.) Ardsley, Stanley, Methley, 
Castleford. 

G.N. 10-35 P.M. Lowmoor and Halifax. 

L. & Y. 10-45 P.M. Lowmoor and Halifax. 

G.N. 10.40 p.m. Armley, Bramley, Stamiingley, Bradford. 

G.N. 10-50 P.M. (Tuesday only.) Ardsley, Stanley, Methley, 
Castleford. 

G.N. 11-20 P.M. Ardsley, Wakefield, Doncaster. 







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Midland Station 
10-0 P.M. 
10-10 P.M. 
10 23 P.M. 

10-45 P.M. 
10-45 P.M. 

10- 50 P.M. 

11- 15 P.M. 
11-18 P.M. 

11-38 P.M. 
IS^EW Station;— 


Norraanton, Sheffield, Chesterfield, Derby, &c. 

Bradford (express). 

Armley, Kirkstall, Newlay, Calverley, Apperley, Shipley, 
Bradford, Bingley, Keighley. 

Shipley, Bradford, Bingley, Keighley, Skipton. 

Shipley, Guiseley, Menston, Burley, Ilkley. 
Woodlesford, Methley, Normanton. 

Bradford (express). 

Armley, Kirkstall, Kewlay, Calverley, Shipley, Brad¬ 
ford. 

Normanton, Sheffield, Derby. 


L. &N. W. 9-30 P.M. Dewsbury Huddersfield, Madchester. 
N.E. 10-55 P.M. Cross Gates, Garforth, Selby, Hull. 

L. &N. W. 11-0 P.M. Morley, Batley, Dewsbury, Huddersfield. 
N.E. 11-5 P.M Horsforth, Arthington, Harrogate. 

N.E. 11-10 P.M. York (express). 

N.E. 2-14. A.M. York, Scarbro’, Whitby, &c. 


CAB FARES. 

By Distance.— For any number of persons not exceeding five, for the 
dirst mile, one shilling : for every additional quarter of a mile, threepence. 

By Time. —For any number of persons not exceeding five, for the first 
.quarter of an hour, one shilling ; for every succeeding quarter of an hour, 
sixpence. 

Disengaged Cabs wiU stand in Bossington Street, along the south side of 
the Mechanics’ Institute. 


TRAM CARS. 

The Tramway Terminus is in Boar Lane, at its Junction with Briggate. 
■Cars run as follows :— 

CHAPELTOWN. 

Leaves (the Queen’s Arms) Chapeltown for Briggate at 7.55 a.m., and 
every 15 minutes till 9.55 p.m. Extra on Saturdays till 10.25 p.m. 

Leaves Briggate for Chapeltown (the Queen’s Arms) at 8.30 a.m., and 
-every 15 minutes till 10.30 p.m. Extra on Saturdays till 11.0 p.m. 

Note.— The 10.15 and 10.30 p.m. Cars from Briggate on Weekdays, and 
the 10.45 and 11.0 p.m. on Saturdays, run to Mexbro’ Arms only. 

Leaves Reginald Terrace, Chapeltown Road, for Briggate at 8.7^ a.m., 
and every 7^ minutes till 7.22| p.m., then every 15 minutes till 10.7^ p.m. 
Saturdays every 7| minutes till 10.37^ p-m. 

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Leaves Briggate for Reginald Terrace"(Chapeltown Road) at 8.30 a.m.^ 
and every TJ minutes till 7.45 p.m., then every 15 minutes till 10.30 p,m. 
Saturdays every '1\ minutes till 11.0 p.m. 

Note. —Extra Cars leave the Chapeltown Tram Yard on Weekdays at 
7.40, 8.71, 8.22|, and 8.37i a.m. 

HEADINGLEY. 

Leaves Three Horse Shoes, Headingley, at 7.424 a.m., '’and every 10 
minutes till 7.224 p.m., then every 15 minutes till 9.524 p.m. Saturdays 
every 10 minutes all day till 10.224 p.m. 

Leaves Boar Lane for Three Horse Shoes at 8.20 a.m., and every 10 
minutes till 8.0 p.m., then every 15 minutes till 10.30 p.m. Saturdays 
every 10 minutes all day till 11.0 p.m. 

KIRKSTALL. 

Leaves Boar Lane for Kirkstall at 8.30 a,m., and every 10 minutes until 
8.30 p.m., then every 15 minutes until 10.30 p.m. Saturdays every 10 
minutes all day until 11.0 p.m. 

Leaves Kirkstall for Boar Lane at 8.5 a.m., and every 10 minutes until 
7.55 p.m., then every 15 minutes until 9.55 p.m. Saturdays every 10' 
minutes all day until 10.25 p.m. 

Cars run to and from Meanwood Road, Upper Wortley, and York 
Road about every 10 minutes. 


OMNIBUSES. 

The Omnibus Terminus is in Briggate, between Commercial Street and 
Boar Lane, from whence ’Busses run at short intervals to all parts of the 
Borough. 







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Cl'curstcns. 


No. I. 

THE SCARBOKOUGH EXCURSION, 

Saturday, Aug. 17th; Monday, Aug. 19^/i. 
Arranged by the Profession in Scarborough. 
Saturday, August 17th. 


LEEDS, N.E.R. 

STATION. 


Train (Special) .. 

... leave 

9.10 a.m. 

York. 

... arrive 

9.50 „ 

York. 

... leave 

10.2 „ 

Scarbro’ . 

... arrive 

11.30 „ 


Luncheon (by invitation) given by Members of the Profession of Scar* 
borough and neighbourhood, at the Royal Hotel at 1 p.m. 

Carriages will start from Royal Hotel at 3.15 p. m., for excursions to the 
town and neighbourhood. 

Yachts will start from the Pier at 3.30 p.m., for trips to sea. 

A Garden-Party at St. Nicholas House, given by Mr. J. W. Woodall, 
from 3.30—7.0 p.m. 

Reception by His Worship the Mayor of Scarborough (Official Chair¬ 
man of the Company) and the Committee of the Cliff Bridge 
Company, will be held in the Grand Hall of the Spa at 8.30 p.m. 

During the evening the Grounds will be specially illuminated. 

Sunday, August 18^/^. 

A Special Service at the Parish Church (St. Mary’s). (Preacher : The 
Yen. Archdeacon Blunt, D.D.), at 10.30 a.m. 

A Concert of Sacred Music will be given in the Spa Grounds, from 3.0 
—4.30 p.m. 

Mr. G. Alderson Smith will be “At Home,” at Wheatcroft Cliff, from 
4.0—6.30 p.m. 

Monday, August l^th. 

A Deep Sea Trawling expedition will probably be arranged. 

Through the kindness of Mr. Morgan, members and their wives will be 
admitted free to the Aquarium on Saturday, Sunday, and Monday 
{August 17th, l^th, and l^th); also to the Concert of Sacred Music 
on Sunday evening at 8 p.m. 

Dr. Calantarients invites members and their wives to visit his Glaciar- 
ium at the Londesborough Rooms. 

Arrangements have been made at the Grand and Royal Hotels for the 
reception of visitors, where meals will be served at the customary 
Hotel hours. 

N.B.—All Excursions and Entertainments, including admittance to the 
Spa Grounds on August 17th, ISth, and up to 5 p.m. \^th, are free 
to Members and Ladies accompanying them on production of this 
Ticket. 



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No. 2. 

THE ILKLEY and BOLTON ABBEY EXCURSION, 

Saturday, August 11 th. 

Arranged by the Profession in Bradford and Ilklet. 


LEEDS: MIDLAND STATION. 
Train. 


Leeds . 

depart 

9.35 a.m. 

Guiseley (to take up members) 

arrive 

10.12 „ 

Ilkley (to take up members) ... 

arrive 

10.34 „ 

Bolton Abbey Station. 

arrive 

10.49 ,, 

WAGONETTES. 


Bolton Abbey Station. 

depart 

11.0 a.m. 

Bolton Woods and Strid 

arrive 

11.40 „ 

Bolton Woods and Strid 

depart 

12.40 p.m. 

Bolton Abbey 

arrive 

12.55 ,, 

Bolton Abbey 

depart 

1.30 „ 

Devonshire Arms Hotel 

arrive 

1.45 „ 

LUNCHEON. 



Walk to Bolton Abbey Station 

depart 

2.47 p.m. 

Ilkley . 

arrive 

3.5 „ 

or Ben Rhydding 

arrive 

3.8 „ 


Until 5.30 members can visit any of the Hydropathic Establishments, 
such as Ilkley Wells House, Ben Rhydding, Craiglands, Troutbeck, 
&c , or visit the Old White Wells, the Semon Convalescent Home, 
Panorama Rocks, Cow and Calf, the Ilkley Wells Hospital, the old 
Parish Church (with the Stone Crosses), or pass over the river 
towards Middleton Moor, &c. 


DINNER. 

Dinner will be served in the Winter Garden of Ilkley Wells House, at 
5.30 precisely. 

After Dinner, ample time will be afforded for a leisurely walk down to 
the Ilkley Station, from which the train back to Leeds will start at 
8.35 p.m. 


Leeds . ... ... arrive 9.25 p.m. 

Directions for Entertainers from Bradford, Ilkley, cOc.:— 

Bradford: Midland Station ... ... at 9.48 a.m 

Manuingham ... ... ... ... ,, 9.52 ,, 

Shipley ... ... ... ... ... ,, 9.58 ,, 


Reaching and joining guests at 
Guiseley .. ... ... ... arrive 

Guiseley. depart 

Burley . arrive 

Ilkley ... ... ... ... arrive 


10.12 a.m. 
10.16 ,, 
10.24 „ 
10.34 „ 


d-he Bradford members will leave Ilkley by the same train, 8.35 p.m., 
which leaves for Leeds, being detached from the Leeds portion at 
Guiseley. 



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No. 3. 

THE YORK, HELMSLEY, AND RIEVAULX ABBEY 
EXCURSION, 


Saturdayf August VIth. 


LEEDS, N.E.E,. STATION. 

Leeds (special) . depart 9.10 a.m. 

York . ... ... ... ... airive 9.50 a.m. 


. The party will here be met by the Committee of the Medical Profession 
at York, by whom all arrangements have been made for the con¬ 
venience of the visitors in York. 

10.0 a.m. Received by Canon Raine, who will conduct the party round 
the Museum and Grounds of the Yorkshire Philosophical Society, 
St. Mary’s Abbey, Roman and other antiquities. 

10.45 a.m. Mr. Buckle, Superintendent of the Wilberforce School for 
the Blind, which occupies the Ancient Royal Palace of the Stuarts, 
will point out matters of interest in that building. 

11.30 a.m. The Minster will be visited, Canon Raine having kindly 
consented (in the unavoidable absence of the Dean of York) to] act 
as cicerone. 

12.30 p.m. The party will proceed to the Mansion House, where ^they 
will be received by the Lord Mayor. The ancient plate, &c., will 
be inspected. The Guildhall will afterwards be visited. 

LUNCHEON. 

At the North Eastern Railway Station Hotel, by invitation of the 
Members of the Medical Profession in York, 1.0 p.m. 

TRAIN. 

York.depart 2.25 p.m. 

Helmsley Station.arrive 3.30 ,, 

CARRIAGES. 

“ The Black Swan ” Hotel, arrive 3.40 p.m. 


TEA. 


Drive through Duncombe Park to Rievaulx Terrace, overlooking 
Rievaulx Abbey and village, arrive 4.30 p.m. 

Inspect paintings, walk on Terrace and see Rievaulx Abbey (4.30— 

5.30 p.m.). 

Re-enter carriages, 5.30 p m. 

Visit and inspect ruins of Helmsley Castle, built a.d. 1200, 5.50 p.m. 
Leave by carriage, 6.10 p.m. 

Helmsley, 6.30 p.m. 

DINNER 


Will be served at “ The Black Swan.” 

Helmsley Station,. depart 8.15 p.m. 

York. . arrive 9.15 ,, 


TRAINS LEAVE YORK FOR 


{Leeds . 

Midland and L. & N.W, 

-{ G.N.Ry. and King’s Cross 

I The North . 

I Scarborough 

N.B,—Excursions and entertainments 
on production of this Ticket. 


... depart 9.35 p.m. 

9.28 „ 

9.37 „ 

„ 10.26 „ 

,, 10.30 ,, 

are free to Members and Ladies 






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No. 4. 

THE HARROGATE EXCURSION, 

Saturday^ August VJth. 

Arranged by the Profession in Harrogate. 

LEEDS, N.E.R. STATION. 

Leeds (Special) . depart 9.0 a.m. 

Pannal. .arrive 9.15 ,, 

The party will here be met by members of the Profession of Harrogate, 
who will conduct the excursion. 


FOUR-HORSE DRAGS. 

Plumpton Rocks .arrive 10.0 a.m. 

Plumpton Rocks .depart 10.30 ,, 

Knaresboro’.arrive 11.0 ,, 


LIGHT REFRESHMENTS. 

The party will here visit the Castle, Dropping Well, Robin Hood’s and 
Eugene Aram’s Cave. 


Knaresboro’. 

Drive b}’ Scriven and Scotten to 

Ripley Castle . 

Ripley Castle 

Harrogate . 


depart 12. .30 p.m. 

arrive 1.15 ,, 
depart 1.45 „ 
arrive 


LUNCHEON 

Will be served in the New Bath Hospital lately opened by H.R.H. 
Prince Albert Victor, at 2.30 p.m. 

After Lunch the party will be shown the Wells. Drives in the neigh¬ 
bourhood will be organized. Entertainments will be provided, and 
in the evening the houses of the various Medical men of Harrogate 
will be thrown open for the reception of visitors. 


TRAIN. 

Harrogate (Special) . depart 8.50 p.m. 

Leeds ... ... ... ... arrive 9.30 ,, 

N.B.—Excursions and entertainments are free to Members and Ladies 
on production of this Ticket. 




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No. 5. 

THE PATELEY BRIDGE, BRIMHAM ROCKS, FOUN¬ 
TAINS ABBEY, STUDLEY ROYAL, AND RIPON 
EXCURSION, 

Saturday^ August VIth. 

LEEDS : N.E.R. STATION. 

Leeds (Special). depart 9.0 a.m. 

Pannal ... ... ... .. arrive 9.15 ,, 

(The Harrogate party will here leave the train.) 

Pateley Bridge. arrive 10.10 ,, 

WAGONETTES. 

Walk up Ravens Gill and Guys Cliff. 

LUNCHEON 

Provided by Mr. George Metcalfe, at Castlestead, 12.0 noon. 

WAGONETTES. 


(Castlestead ... . 

depart 

12.50 p.m. 

Brimham Rocks... 

arrive 

1.35 „ 

Brimham Rocks... 

depart 

2.15 „ 

Fountains Hall ... 

arrive 

3.15 ,, 

Fountains Abbey and Grounds. 




TEA 

Provided in the Abbey Grounds, by the Most Honourable the Marquess 
of Ripon, K.G., 3.45 p.m. 

Walk through the Grounds’to meet Wagonettes. 

WAGONETTES. 

Canal Gates ... ... ... depart 4.30 p.m. 

Ripon ... ... ... ... arrive 5.0 ,, 

Visit Cathedral. 

•Lavatory accommodation will be provided at the Unicorn Hotel. 
WAGONETTES. 

Ripon (Unicorn Hotel). depart 5.30 p.m. 

Palace . .. arrive 6.0 ,, 

The party will be received by the Lord Bishop of Ripon and Mrs. Boyd 
Carpenter. 

REFRESHMENTS. 

Palace . depart 7.45 p.m. 

Ripon Station . depart 8.25 „ 

Harrogate .. ... ... ... depart 8.50 ,, 

(The Harrogate party will rejoin train.) 
. arrive 9.30 ,, 


Leeds 





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No. 6. 

THE WASHBURN VALLEY and FARNLEY 
EXCURSION, 

Saturday, August Vith. 

The whole of the Excursion will be by carriage. 

Mechanics’ Institute. depart 9.0 a.m 

Adel Church. ... arrive 9.40 ,, 

The party will be received by the Rector, who will kindly show the 
principal features of this almost unique specimen of Norman 
Architecture. 

Adel Church . depart 10.0 a.m. 

Drive to Pool Bridge and Leathley Village to Bindley Wood Reservoir, 
arrive 11.30 a.m. 

Torpedo experiments will be shown by Messrs. Greenwood and Batley. 

Bindley Wood Reservoir... ... depart 12.30 p.m. 

Swinsty Reservoir . arrive 1.15 ,, 


BUNCHEON. 

Provided by Mr. Alderman Woodhouse, Chairman of the Beeds Water¬ 
works Committee. 

Swinsty Reservoir ... ... ... depart 2.15 p.m. 

Fewston ... . .. arrive 3.0 ,, 

Inspect sinking Village Reservoir, &c. 

Drive over Snowdon Moors by Asquith and Weston. 

Farnley Hall ... .arrive 4.0 p.m. 

The seat of Ayscongh Fawkes, Esq. The well known collection of 
J. M. W. Turner’s Pictures will be inspected, 


TEA. 


Farnley Hall. . 

. depart 6.0 p.m. 

“ White Horse,” Otley 

. arrive 6. .30 ,, 

DINNER. 


“ White Horse,” Otley 

depart 8.0 p.m. 

Beeds. 

. arrive 9.30 ,, 



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No. 7. 

THE MALHAM COVE, GORDALE SCAR, and SETTLE 
EXCURSION, 

Saturday^ August VIth. 

LEEDS, MIDLAND STATION. 

Leeds.depart 8.0 a.m. 

Bell Busk ... ... ... ... arrive 9.40 ,, 

To be met by carriages. 

Kirkby Malham ... ... ... arrive 10.30 ,, 

Visit old Church, inspect old Eegisters with Oliver Cromwell’s signatures, 
and other matters of interest. 

Kirkby Malham ... ... ... depart 10.45 a.m. 

GordaleScar.arrive 11.5 ,, 

LIGHT REB^RESHMENTS. 

Party will visit Janet’s Force. 

GordaleScar . depart 12.0 noon. 

Walk to Malham Cove (1 mile). 

Malham Cove ... ... ... arrive 12.30 p.m. 

Malham Cove . depart 12.50 ,, 

Carriages will here meet the party. 

Kirkby Malham ... ... ... arrive 1.0 ,, 

The party will here divide into two sections. 

(1) . Pedestrians (1 mile—700 feet ascent) with the lighter carriages tO' 

visit Scaleber Force and down to Settle. Magnificent views crossing 
the Moors. 

(2) . Heavier carriages drive by Otterburn aud Hellifield to Settle. 

The two parties will meet at the Ashfield Hotel, Settle, at 2.45 p.m. 

DINNER. 

After dinner two parties will be formed. 

(1) . Carriages for Stainforth . depart 4.15 p.m. 

(3 miles) 

Visit Stainforth Force ; pedestrians can climb to Catterick Force 
(I mile). 

Stainforth.depart 5.40 p m. 

(2) . Walking party—Those who prefer walking may visit Giggleswick 

School (J mile), see Celtic and Roman Remains from Victoria Cave— 
Walk to Ebbing and Flowing Well mile),—back to Settle and 
ascend Castleberg Rock. 

Settle Station ... ... ... depart 7.23 p.m. 

Leeds.arrive 8.52 ,, 

N.B.—The Tickets for the above must be preserved, as they will be 
required for presentation during the Excursion. 







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1. The Scarborough Excursion .—Trains will leave the North Eastern 
Railway Station (New) at 9.10 a.m. on Saturday morning, August 17th, 
arriving at Scarborough at 11.30. At 1 p.m. a luncheon will he given 
by the Profession of Scarborough to 100 members of the Association (by 
invitation). In the afternoon excursions by sea and land will be arranged, 
steam yachts will be placed at the disposal of the visitors, and short 
excursions will be organised by carriage. A Garden Party will be given by 
Mr. J. W. Woodall, in honour of the visit of the Association, at St. 
Nicholas Cliff. In the evening the grounds of the Cliff Bridge Company 
will be thrown open to the members, and especially illuminated ; here a 
reception will be held in the Grand Hall by his worship the ]Mayor, official 
chairman of the Company, and the Committee. On Sunday a special 
service will be held in the Parish Church (St. Mary’s), preacher, the 
Venerable Archdeacon Blunt, D.D., Chaplain to the Queen. In the after¬ 
noon a concert of sacred music will be given in the Spa Grounds (3 to 4.30), 
and, later, Mr. Alderson Smith will te “ at home ” at Wheatcroft Cliff, to 
receive members of the Association and their wives ; by his kindness, also, 
it is hoped that a deep sea trawling expedition will be arranged for Monday 
morning. A fee of one guinea will be charged, which will include all the 
expenses of the excursion. Gentlemen may be accompanied by ladies on 
the same terms, namely: Saloon fare from Leeds to Scarborough, hotel 
accommodation at two of the best hotels from mid-day on Saturday, August 
17th, till mid-day on Monday, August I9th (with the exception of wine). 
The Cliff Bridge Company will admit members free to their Grounds on the 
three days, August 17th, 18th, and 19th, after 5 p.m. All excursions and 
other entertainments are open to all members and ladies accompanying them 
on production of their tickets. The luncheon to be given on Saturday will 
be by invitation only, as it is not possible to secure a room for an unlimited 
number. Any further particulars with regard to the Scarborough Excur¬ 
sion can be obtained on application to Charles F. Hatchinson, M. U., 
Honorary Secretary, May Lodge, Scarborough. 

2. —The Hkley and Bolton Abbey Excursion .—The route of this excursion 
runs from Leeds in a north-westerly direction, leaving the Midland station 
at 9..35 A.M. ; it passes by way of Armley, Kirkstall (with a view of the old 
abbey of that name), and continues along the Airedale Valley to Apperley 
Bridge. 

After passing Kirkstall Forge, the vale opens out, showing Calverley to 
the south and on the north, giving a fine view of the slope of the hill from 
Rawdon, on which, as prominent objects, stands the Rawdon Convalescent 
Home (founded, for poor patients, by the late Sir H. W. Ripley, Bart.) 




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•and the Rawdon Baptist College. These and the numerous villa residences 
of Leeds and Bradford merchants, embowered in trees, form a pleasant and 
striking landscape. Passing Apperley Bridge, the line curves temporarily 
towards the north, up a steep incline, affording a glimpse of the upper 
portion of the Airedale Valley, with Shipley and Bradford in the distance ; 
it then enters a wooded and tunnelled portion, curving back to the west 
and reaching Guiseley ; here, and at Ilkley, the members of the excursion 
will be joined by their entertainers, and the train will proceed along the 
•south side of the Wharfedale Valley, towards Ilkley. 

Just before the valley opens there lies, on the south side of the line, the 
New Menston Lunatic Asylum, to which the Psychological Section intends 
to pay a visit. Beyond this the line divides, one branch turning to the 
east to Otley, the other pursuing its course to Ilkley and Bolton. In the 
angle made by this division lies the burial place of the late Right Hon. 
W. E. Forster. The spot affords a view of the extent of Wharfedale, 
which, following the course of the river Wharfe from Bolton on the west, 
runs to where the North Eastern line, on its way to Harrogate, crosses the 
valley at Arthiiigton, on the east. The dale is one of the most beautiful in 
Yorkshire, offering at certain points almost unique views, as that at Otley 
Chevin, Brimham Rocks, and the Cow and Calf. The town of Otley lies 
• at the east end, on the north side of the valley, opposite the Chevin ; the 
village of Burley lies embedded in foliage in the middle of the dale, while 
Ben Rhydding and Ilkley lie on the cliff or south side of the dale, at the 
edge of Rumbold’s Moor. 

The train, proceeding, passes the Burley Station, and at this point on 
the rising ground of the north of the dale may be seen Denton Hall and 
Park, formerly the residence of the famous Fairfax, now the seat of Mr. 
Wyville, J.P. ; and, further west, Myddelton Lodge, the home of the 
Middeltons, one of the oldest Yorkshire county families. The ground now 
rises precipitously to the south, and the first object which strikes the eye is 
the splendidly situated hydropathic establishment of Ben Rhydding. 
Further to the west of it are seen the massive rocks called the Cow and 
Calf, and the Ilkley district opens out, extending almost from the edge of 
the moor for a mile or more down a gentle slope to the river Wharfe. As 
the train moves past Ilkley, a good general view will be obtained of its spa 
•establishments and villa residences. The train goes on past the village of 
Addingham (with Beamsley Beacon behind) till it reaches Bolton Bridge at 
10.49 ; at this station wagonettes will be in readiness to take the party to 
the Priory and Bolton Woods. Most people have seen the beautiful print 
of “ Bolton Abbey in the Olden Time.'’ The remains of the Priory are 
•charmingly situated, and form a grand adjunct to the restored church. To 
strangers the history of the structure will be freely afforded by some of the 





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gentlemen accompanying the party. From the Priory the party will 
conveyed to Bolton Woods and the Strid in wagonettes. 

The woods and stream will afford their own beautiful commentary ; and 
the romantic story of the “boy of Egremond ” checked in his spring across 
the “ Strid ” by the leashed hound, and drowned in the torrent; the des¬ 
pair of the mother, “ Alice de Romille,” and her subsequent founding of 
tlie Priory, can all be told on the spot. Time will not afford more than a 
distant view of “Barden Tower,” the home of the Cliffords, and walk 
through the woodsj nor can a visit to the Valley of Desolation, with its 
waterfall, be risked ; but these will scarcely be missed amid the surround-^ 
ing beauties. The wagonettes will return from the Strid about 12.40 to- 
the Devonshire Hotel, where, if the day be propitious, lunch will be served 
on the lau n at 1.45 p.m. 

The train will leave Bolton Abbey Station at 2.47 p.m. on its return to- 
Ilkley ; and here the rest of the day, till dinner-time, will be spent visiting 
the points of interest in its immediate precincts. Ilkley and its neigh¬ 
bouring “ Bombald’s Moor” have their aboriginal and Roman history, 
with their “ Cairns,” “ Barrows,” Roman stations and roads. Monumental 
relics have been found abundantly, and one is to be seen at the back of the 
Rose and Crown Inn, and three ancient crosses in Ilkley Churchyard. The 
old Parish Church will repay a visit. All that the antiquarian will require 
to indicate the ancient history of Ilkley may be obtained from “ Lund’s 
6d. Guide.” Modern Ilkley, as a spa and health resort, a.s well as Ben 
Rhydding (which was the first of the large hydropathic establishments in 
the neighbourhood), owes its celebrity, not to any medicinal ■ virtue in its- 
water, but to the wonderful purity and abundant supply of that water, and 
to the charming situation of the place. There is a valuable chalybeate 
spring at the side of the Moor at Heber’s Gill, past the Semon Convalescent 
Home, but this is quite apart from the main “ Ilkley water.” This Ilkley 
water seems specially adapted for drinking, and for all such purposes as are 
comprised under the head of “Hydropathy;” hence the abundanee of 
these establishments. All, or a choice number, of these may be visited ; 
from the original “ Old White Wells,” which everyone will observe high 
up on the hill side, through the grand structure of Ben Rhydding (Medical 
Officer, Dr. Johnstone) ; the palatial Ilkley Wells (Medical Officer, Dr. 
Scott) ; the well-known “ Craiglands” (Medical Officer, Dr. H. Dobson) 
the Elizabethan structure, “Troutbeck;” the “Spa” establishment in 
the Grove, to Rock wood House, Marlborough House, and Stony Lea. 
Besides these there is above the Grove, on the slope of the hill, the Ilkley 
Hospital (Medical Officer, Dr. Johnstone), established in 1829 as the Ilkley 
Bath Charitable Institution. This institution has from 700 to 800 patients 
passing through it in a year ; these are recommended by subscribers ; and 
it can be said with truth that the simple treatment and capital Ilkley air 





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materially reinvigorates many of them. Another admirable institution, 
founded by the late Mr. Charles Semon, of Bradford, and bequeathed by 
him to the town of Bradford, is the Semon Convalescent Horae, situated 
quite on the edge of the moor, south-west above Ilkley, and intended for 
the convalescent and weakly of the working class, clerks, and warehouse¬ 
men ; the whole charge for board and lodging is 12s. 6d. a week, the extra 
■cost being furnished by the fund left by Mr. C. Semon. The people can 
wander on the moor at will, and convalescents are carried up from the rail 
way by omnibus. The home is open to others beside the inhabitants of 
Bradford. There are a number of hotels at Ilkley, the principal of which 
are the Middelton, the Crescent, etc. ; but the hydropathic establishments 
also accommodate visitors even for a few days. Between the return arrival 
•of the train at Ilkley and the hour at which the party will dine (5.30p.m.), 
beside the places enumerated and the general exploration of Ilkley, if the 
day is fine, a walk to the “ Cow and Calf ” (on the w'ay to Ben Rhydding) 
will yield a magnificent view from those rocks. Also 1^ mile from the 
station south-south-west, another splendid view is obtained f»-om the 

Panorama rocks.” Again, the walk to Myddelton Moor, 1^ mile north 
over the Ilkley bridge, will afl;ord many interesting views. To any of the 
party who may prolong their stay over the excursion, the points of interest 
in the locality are many and varied, as Skipton town and castle, Keighley 
and Howarth (home of Charlotte Bronte, 14 miles), Denton Park, Otley 
and the Chevin, Farnley Hall (2| miles from Otley, full of interesting 
historical records), Burley, Harewood House, Harrogate, Ripon, and Foun¬ 
tains Abbey, etc. After dinner, time sufficient will be afforded for a 
leisurely stroll to the Ilkley station, from which the train will start on its 
return journey promptly at 8.35 p.m. for Leeds and Bradford. 

3. YorTc, Helmsley, Rievaulx Abbey .—The party will leave the North 
Eastern Railway Station (New) at 9.10 a.m., reaching York at 9.50, where 
they will be met by the representatives of the profession of York, who have 
hospitably undertaken to entertain the party, and to shew them the various 
objects of interest. The party will first visit the gardens of the Yorkshire 
Philosophical Society, kindly thrown open to them by the courtesy of the 
Honorary Secretary, Mr. Noble, and the Council of the Society. The 
visit will be supervised by Canon Raine. Amongst the objects of interest 
are the ruins of St. Mary’s Abbey, a portion of the old Roman walls and 
a large collection of Roman and other antiquities in the museum and 
hospitium of the Abbey. Afterwards the party will proceed to the Palace 
of the Stuart Kings, in which is located the Wilberforce School for the 
Blind. Mr. Buckle, the superintendent of the school, has courteously 
undertaken to point out the features of interest connected with this 
historical building. Leaving the Stuart Palace, our visitors will proceed, 
by way of Bootham Bar, to the Minster, where Canon Raine, in the 



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unavoidable and regretted absence of tbe Dean of York, will again kindly 
undertake the duties of cicerone. After viewing the Minster, it is proposed 
to pay a visit to the Mansion House and Guildhall, where the members and 
their friends will be received by the Lord Mayor. The ancient plate pre¬ 
served in the Mansion House and Guildhall, which is one of the finest Gothic 
halls in existence, will, it is believed, be inspected with much interest. 
Luncheon, by invitation of the profession in York, will be served at the 
Station Hotel at 1 o’clock, after which the party will be conveyed by special 
train to Helmsley. Here carriages will convey them to Rievaulx Terrace^, 
whence, having seen the beautiful view, they will proceed to the Abbey, 
driving through Duncombe Park to the Home Terrace, and thence by the 
ruins of Helmsley Castle to the Black Swan for dinner. The train will leave^ 
Helmsley for York in time to catch the night mail from York, and the 9.35' 
for Leeds. 

4. The Harrogate Excursion. —The party will proceed by special train 
from the North Eastern Railway Station (New) about 9 a.m. to Pannal, 
where they will be met by carriages. The beautiful grounds and rocks of 
Plumpton will then be visited, where light refreshment will be provided ; 
afterwards the party will drive to Knaresborough Castle, the Dripping 
Well, and the caves memorable as connected with Eugene Aram. Thence 
by Scriven and Ripley Castle to Harrogate. Here the members of the pro¬ 
fession in Harrogate will entertain the party at lunch in the New Bath 
Hospital about 2.30 p.m., afterwards carriages will be provided, so that places 
of interest may be visited. Various other entertainments will be organised, 
and in the evening the houses of the various medical men will be thrown 
open to visitors, and members can return to Leeds either by the special' 
train, or by one of the numerous trains leaving Harrogate for Leeds in 
time to catch the night mails. It is expected that many will arrange to- 
stay in Harrogate over the Sunday. 

5. The Brimham Bocks, Fountains Abbey, Studley Royal, and hipon 
Excui'sion. —Special train will leave the North Eastern Station (New) at 
9 A.M. for Nidd Bridge, where carriages will meet the party to convey it by 
Ripley Castle up the north side of Nidderdale to the fantastic rocks at 
Brimham ; thence to Castlestead, where the party will be entertained at 
luncheon by Mr. George Metcalfe. After luncheon the party will proceed 
over the moors to Fountains Abbey and Studley Royal, the grounds being 
specially laid open. Here tea, with light refreshments, will be provided 
by the Most Hon. the Marquis of Ripon. Having viewed this, the 
finest of the Cistercian abbeys, the party will proceed to Ripon, where, 
having seen the cathedral, they will be received and entertained at the 
Palace by the Bishop of Ripon and Mrs. Boyd-Carpenter. The train will 
leave Ripon for Leeds at 8.25 p.m., reaching Leeds about 9.30 o’clock. 




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6. The Washburn Valley and Farnley Excursion. —The object of this 
excursion is to show the waterworks in connection with Leeds, the beauti¬ 
ful scenery of the Mid-Wharfe and Washburn Valleys, and the unique 
collection of Turner paintings at Farnley Hall. The whole journey will 
be by carriage. The party will first be conducted to Adel Church, when 
the Rector will show this most perfect specimen of Norman architecture ; 
thence past Oreskeld by Arthington and Port Bridge, through the pic¬ 
turesque village of Leathley, with its old church and village stocks, through 
Bindley Wood to the Reservoir, where Messrs. Greenwood and Batley will 
show some interesting torpedo experiments. The party will then proceed 
over Norwood Edge, whence a splendid view of the whole valley can be 
obtained by Swinsty Reservoir to Fewston f(the Sinking Village). Here 
lunch will be provided by the Chairman of the I.eeds Waterworks Com¬ 
mittee, Mr. Alderman Woodhouse. The party will then drive l)y Snowdon 
Moors to Farnley Hall, the seat of Mr. Ayscough Fawkes, who has kindly 
consented to exhibit his unrivalled collection of paintings by J. M. W. 
Turner, as well as his Cromwellian relics. Thence to Otley, where dinner 
will be served at the White Horse Hotel, the party reaching Leeds in time 
for the night mails. 

7. Malham Cove^ Oordale Scar, and Settle. —The object of this excursion 
is to show the remarkable scenery produced by the Great Craven Fault in 
the Mountain Limestone, one of the grandest examples in England. A 
special train will leave the Midland station at 8 A.M., reaching Bell 
Busk about 9.40 a.m. Here carriages will be waiting to convey the party 
by Calton Hall, the birthplace of General Lambert, and Kirkby Malham, 
with its interesting church and registers, to Gordale Scar, described by 
Wordsworth as “one of the grandest objects in Nature.” The party, 
having been refreshed at a farmhouse, will divide into two, the more adven 
turous going over the cliffs to Malham Cove, where they will meet the 
party who have driven round. Having viewed this magnificent amphi¬ 
theatre of rocks, the party will return to Kirkby Malham, and will here 
again divide. The lighter carriages, with those who prefer a -walk with an 
ascent of 700 feet, will go over Highside, where a magnificent view of both 
Airedale and Ribblesdale can be obtained; thence by Scaleber Force to 
to the Ashfield Hotel at Settle, where, being joined by the other party, 
who have driven round by Otterburn and Long Preston, dinner will be 
served. After dinner they will drive up Ribblesdale to great Stainforth 
Force, returning by Giggleswick, where may be seen the ebbing and flow¬ 
ing well, and the Royal Victoria Cave Remains in the museum at the 
school. They will then return by Settle to Leeds, which will be reached 
about 9 p.M. 

8. The Hull Excursion, most generously offered by the members of the 
East York and North Lincoln Branch, has had most regretfully to be aban¬ 
doned. 



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The fee for each of the above excursions will be 10s. 6d.. except in the 
• case of the Scarborough excursion, for which one guinea will be charged. 
All applications for tickets, with remittance, to be made to me. Tickets 
will be sent August 1st. 

Charles M. Chadwick, Honorary Secretary, 
Excursions Sub-committee. 


LIST OF CANDIDATES 

For Election at Meeting of Council, on Wednesday, August 14th, 1889, 
and subject to Confirmation at the October Meeting of Council :— 


( 14 ) 

Brown, George, L.R.C.P., L.Ii.C.S.,Ed., Brunswick Street, Batley. 

*T. R. Jessop ; *0. G. Wheelhouse; A. Jackson. 

Brown, Harbit, M.]).,Univ.Edin., Calverley, Leeds. 

*a J. R. McLean ; *J. J. Taylor; *A. E. L. Gray. 

Carruthers, John, M.D., F.R.C.S.E., Rockferry. 

*J. W. Paton ; *J. M. Hunt ; A. H. Wilson. 

Crawford, Alex. Wilkie, M.B., C.M., Paisley. 

*D. Moflfat; *C. M. Chadwick; H. Rowe. 

Davis, Frederick Lionel, L.R.C.P., M.R.C.S., Leathley Lodge, Leeds. 

C. G. Wheelhouse ; *John Exley ; *0. M. Chadwick. 

Frost, Francis Wm., M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., Infirmary, Huddersfield. 

*R. L. Knaggs; * J. S. Cameron; L. W. Marshall. 

Harris, Arthur George Rawson, L.R.C.P., M.R.C.S.,Eng., Selbourne 
House, Halifax. 

*G. P. Field; A. Drury ; *T. M. Dolan. 

Pinder, John William, L.R.C.P., M.R.C.S., L.S.A., Horsforth, Leeds. 

*C. Richardson; *W. Hall; *C. M. Chadwick. 

Ramsden, Herbert, L.R.C.P., M.R.C.S., Dobcross, Saddleworth. 

*C. M. Chadwick; *W. H. F. Ramsden; *H. B. Hewetson. 

Sellers, Arthur Edward, L.R.C.P., M.R.C.S., Ida Hospital, Cookridge, 
Leeds. 

*A. F. McGill; *E. Atkinson; *H. Littlewood. 

Smith, Thomas, L.R.C.P., Leathley Lodge, Leeds. 

*J. E. Eddison; *C. M. Chadwick ; *Chas. Richardson. 

Smyth, James, L.R.C.S., Pudsey, near Leeds. 

' *H. B. Hewetsoii; *A. Bronner ; *W. L. Hunter. 

Stewart, Daniel, M.D., L.R.C.S.E., Liff-by-Dundee. 

*B. Sinclair; *D. McEwan; *J. W. Miller. 

Stuart, J. A. Erskine, L.R.C.P.,Edin., L.R.C.S., Staincliffe, Dewsbury. 

*J. H. Aitken; W. H. Haley; Arthur Jackson. 

’"Are signed from personal knowledge. 





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3 Si 05 i'amme of ^roceeliings. 


Tuesday, August 13th, 1889. 

9.30 A M. —Meeting of 1888-89 Council. Council Room, Mechanics’Institute. 

11.30 A.M. —First General Meeting. Report of Council. Reports of 

Committees ; and other business. Coliseum. 

4 p.M. —Service in Parish Church. Sermon by the Right Rev. the 
Lord R is hop of Ripox. 

8.30 p.M. —Adjourned General Meeting from 11.30 a.m. President’s 

Address. Coliseum. 

Wednesday, August 14th, 1889. 

9.30 A.M. —Meeting of 1889-90 Council. Council Room.MechanicsMnstitute. 
10 A.M. to 2 p.M. —Sectional Meetings. Mechanics’ Institute. Public 

Health. Philosophical Hall. 

3 P.M. —Second General Meeting. Address in Medicine by J.Hughltngs 
Jacksox, M.D., LL.D., li'.R.S. Coliseum. Presentation 
of Stewart Prize to Dr. E. Kleix, F.R.S. 

4.30 p.M. — Surgical Demonstration, Hall of Infirmary. 

4.30 to 6 p.M. —Afternoon Reception at the Yorkshire College, by the 

President, Council, and Senate of the College. 

, 4 to 6.30 p.M. —Reception given by Colonel Wilsox, 3rd Vol. Batt. 

^Vest York. Regt., to Memliers in tJie Services, at the 
Carlton Barracks. 

.8.30 P.M. — Comjersaz'ofie by the President of the Association and Local 
Executive Committee in the Art Gallery and Municipal 
Buildings. 

Thursday, August 15th, 1889. 

9.30 A.M. —Meeting of the Council. Council Room, Mechanics’ Institute. 
10 A.M. to 2 p.M.— Sectional Meetings. Mechanics’ Institute. Public 

Health. Philosophical Hall. 

3 P.M. —Third General Meeting. Address in Surgery by T. Prtdgin 
Teale, M.A., F.R.S., F.R.C.S. Coliseum. 

4.0 to 6.30 P.M.— Garden Party at Gledhow Hall, given by Sir James 
Kitson, Bart. 

7.30 p.M. —Public Dinner of the Association in the Town Hall. 

Friday, August 16th, 1889. 

10.30 A.M. to 1.30 P.M. —Sectional Meetings. Mechanics’Institute. Public 

Health. Philosophical Hall. 

3 P.M.— Concluding General Meeting. Address in Psychology by Sir 
James Crichton Browne, M.D., F.R.S. Coliseum. 

4.0 to 6.30 P.M.— Garden Party at Roundhay Mount, given by T. R. Jessop, 

F.R.C.S. 

4.30 to 6 p.M. —Garden Party at the W. R. Asylum, Wakefield. 

8 P.M. —Reception and Ball by the Mayor of Leeds in the Town Hall. 

Saturday, August 17th, 1889. 

4.0 P.M.— Garden Party at The Palace, Ripon, given by the Lord 
Bishop of Ripon and Mrs. Boyd Carpe.nter. 

Excur,sions. — (1) Scarborough; (2) Ilkley and Bolton Abbey ; 
(3) York, Helmsley, Rievaulx Abbey ; (4) Harrogate ; 
(5) Brimham Rocks, Fountains Abbey, Studley Royal and 
Ripon ; (6) Washburn Valley and Farnley ; (7) Malham 
Cove, Gordale Scar, and Settle. 

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Programme of Co = bav 


Wednesday, August 1889. 


9.30 A.M. —Meeting of 1889-90 Council. Council Eoom, 

Mechanics’ Institute. 

10 A.M. to 2 p.M. —Sectional Meetings. Mechanics’ Institute. 

Public Health. Philosophical Hall. 

3 P.M. —Second General Meeting. Address in Medicine by 

J. Hughlings Jackson, M.D., LL.D., 
F.E.S. Coliseum. Presentation of 
Stewart Prize to I)r. E. Klein, F.E S 

4.30 p.M. —Surgical Demonstration, Hall of Infirmary. 

4.30 to 6.30 p.M. —Afternoon Eeception at the Yorkshire 

College, by the President, Council, and 
Senate of the College. 

4 to 6.30 p.M. —Eeception given by Colonel Wilson, 3rd 

Yol. Patt West York. Eegt., to Members, 
in the Services, at the Carlton Barracks. 

8.30 p.M. — Conversazione by the President of the Association 

and Local Executive Committee in the* 
Art Gallery and Municipal Buildings. 

NOTICE. —Speeches at General Meetings must not exceed TEN minuter 
each. At the Sectional Meetings no Paper must exceed 
FIFTEEN minutes in reading^ and no subsequent speech 
must exceed TEN minutes. 

FRANCIS FOWKE, General Secretary 


American and Foreign Delegates are requested to present their credentials 
to the General Secretary at his Office, that their names may le announced 
at the Geneial Meeting. 










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SECOND GENERAL MEETING OF MEMBERS, 

Wednesday, August IJfth, 1889, 

At Three o’clock in the Afternoon. 


Address in Medicine by 

J. HUGHLINGS JACKSON, M.D., LL.D., F.R.S., 

IN THE 

COLISEUM. 


Presentation of Stewart Prize to Dr. E. Klein, F.R.S. 



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Stctioital ^rruttgmtnts* 


The following Discussions and Papers are promised up to the present time. 
Members are requested to attend to the regulations for Papers and 
Speeches during the meeting. (See page 36 .) 

Section A.—MEDICINE. 

(Head Mistress’s Room, Mechanics’ Institute.) 

A. Medicine.— President, John Edwin Eddison, M.D. Vice-Presidents, 
Charles Parsons, M.D.; Robert Saundby, M.D. Honorary Secretaries, 
Alfred George Barrs, M.D., 22, Park Place, Leeds; Theodore Dyke Acland, 
M.D., 7, Brook Street, Grosvenor Square, W. 

The proceedings of this Section will be opened by the President at 
10 a.m., after which Dr. R. Douglas Powell will read a paper on the 
Clinical Aspects of Chronic Tubercular Diseases of the Serous 
Membranes and their Treatment. Sir Andrew Clark, Drs. 
Vincent Harris, Roberts, Samuel West, Churton, Cheadle, Handford, 
More Madden, and Burney Yeo have promised, if possible, to take part 
in the discussion. 

The following papers are promised : 

Brown-Sequard, C.E. The Toxicity of Expired Air and its Connection 
with Pulmonary Tuberculosis. 

Cotter, Ephraim, M. D. (New York). Thirty years’ work in the United 
States in the treatment of Tuberculosis Pulmonalis, with Statistics 
of 100 cases, illustrated ])y Lantern Slides of Micro-photographs of 
Healthy and Tuberculous Lungs. 

Drysdale, C. R., M.D. The Alleged Rarity of Phthisis among the Jews 
in London. 

Madden, T. More, M.K.Q.C. P.I. Clinical Experiences of Chronic Tuber¬ 
cular Diseases of Childhood. 

Satterthwaite, T. E., M.D. On Non-phthisical Bronchial Pneumonia of 
the Adult Lung. 

Thomas, W. R., M.D. On Phthisis, with Remarks on the Varieties of 
Climatic Treatment. 


Section B.—SURGERY. 

(Lecture Theatre, No. 13, School of Science.) 

B. Surgery.— President, Thomas Richard Jessop, E.R.C.S. Vice- 
FresidenU, Edward Atkinson, M.R.C.S.; Arthur F. McGill, F.R.C.S. ; 







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Henry Morris, F.R.C.S. Honorary Secretaries, Arthur W. Mayo Robson, 
F.R.C.S., Hillary Place, Woodhouse Lane, Leeds; Fdwiird Ward, M.B., 
22, Park Place, Leeds. 

The President of the Surgical Section will give an Opening Address 
on the Treatment of Cancer of the Rectum. The following 
gentlemen will take part in the discussion Mr. Mitchell Banks 
(Liverpool), Mr. Bond (Leicester), Mr. Bryant (London), Mr. Harrison 
Cripps (London), Mr. Christopher Heath (London), Mr. Whitehead 
(Manchester), Dr. Alexander (Liverpool), Mr. H. Allingham (London), Mr. 
Alfred Cooper (London), Dr. Ward Cousins (Southsea), Mr. Vincent 
Jackson (Wolverhampton), Mr. Jordan Lloyd (Birmingham), Mr. F. Marsh 
(Birmingham), Dr. James Murphy (Sunderland), Mr. Bennett May (Bir¬ 
mingham), and Mr. F. B. Jessett (London). 

The following further papers are announced : 

Marsh, F., F.R.C.S., will exhibit a Patient after Madelung’s Operation, 
j with subsequent Excision of Rectum. 

1 Bishop, E. Stanmore (Manchester), will show a Splint Cradle for Excision 
I of the Hip-Joint and Osteotomy. 

I Robson, A. W. Mayo (Leeds). Two Hundred Consecutive Cases of 
Abdominal Section, with remarks ; and will show a Successful Case 
I of Cholecystenterostomy for Biliary Fistula. 

Lloyd, Jordan, Esq. (Birmingham). Abdominal Section for Acute Intesti¬ 
nal Obstruction. 

Parker, Rushton, Esq. Cerebral Tumour removed Successfully. 

White, J. William, M.D. (Philadelphia). The relations of Subdiaphrag- 
matic Abscess to the Thoracic Viscera, with three Illustrative 
Cases. 

Allingham, H. W., F.R.C.S. The Ligamenta Alaria as a Cause of In¬ 
ternal Derangements of the Knee-Joint. 

Franks, Kendal, F.R.C.S. Subcuticular Suture. 

There will be a Demonstration of Cases of Surgical Interest in the 
Central Hall of the Infirmary, from 4.0 to 5.30. 


Section C.—OBSTETRIC MEDICLNE AND 
GYNECOLOGY. 

(Engineering Class Room, Mechanics’ Institute.) 

C. Obstetric Medicine and Gynecology. — President, Charles J. 
Cullingworth, M.D. Vice-Presidents, James Braithwaite, M.D. ; J. W, 
Byers, M.D. Honorary Secretaries, F. Hall, M.D., St. Mark’s House, 
Leeds; Peter Horrocks, M.D., 9, St. Thomas’s Street, S.E. 

President will give a short opening address on some further application 
of antiseptic principles to midwifery practice. 




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Dr. Braxtox Hicks, F.R.S., will open a discussion on the Treatment 
of Placenta Praevia. Drs. Robert Barnes, Murdoch Cameron, Gervis, 
W. Goodell (Philadelphia, U.S ), Robert Harvey (Bengal), Aust Lawrence, 
Malins, Murphy, Playfair, Priestley, Macnaughton Jones, Robert Bell, 
William Walter, Wallace, and Messrs. Hall and Wright are expected to 
take part in the discussion. 

The following further papers are announced : 

Johnstone, A. W., M.D. (Danville, U.S.A.) The Mechanics of Puberty. 
Maddkn, T. More, M.K.Q.C.P.I. On Some Points in the Treatment of 
Uterine Cancer. 

Hatrne, J. Stuart, Esq. Some Practical Points in the Surgical Treatment 
of Cancer of the Uterus. 

Sinclair, W. J., M.D. (Manchester). 1. Vaginal Hysterectomy for Cancer, 
with notes of ten Cases. 2. Oophorectomy in the Treatment of 
Certain Neuroses ; with Cases. 

Walter, Wm., M.D. A Case of Total Extirpation of Uterus for Cancer. 
Hart, D. Berry, M.D., will show Specimens of Placenta Provia and 
Extra uterine fretation- 

H.4RT, D. Berry, M.D. On the definition of the terms used in relation 
to the Hsemorrhages at the end of Pregnancy. 


Section D.—PUBLIC MEDICINE. 

(Philosophical Hall.) 

D. Public Medicine.— Pre.9icZe?i<, Edward Ballard, M.D., F.R.O.P., 
F.R.S. Vke - Preddmta, George Goldie, L.R.C.P.,Edin-; Benjamin A. 
Whitelegge, M.D. Honorary Secretaries^ George Eastes, M.B., F.R.C.S., 
35, Gloucester Place, Hyde Park, W. ; Arthur Stopford Underhill, M.D., 

D. P.H., Great Bridge, Tipton, Staffs. 

The following special subjects will be considered in this Section : 

1. Medical Officers of Health : their Training and the 
Gondii ions on wnich they should hold OfTice. The President 
of the Section will introduce this subject. Dr. John Brown (Bacup), Dr. D. 

E. Flinn (Kingstown), Dr. G. E. J. Greene (Ferns), Mr. J. Brindley James 
(London), and others have promised to read papers or take part in the 
discussion. Dr. C. F. Moore, Dublin, will contribute Notes on the Dis¬ 
posal of Town Refuse and Excremental Matter. 

2. Disinfection and Isolation: with special reference to the 
control of Epidemics. Dr. C. H. Allfrey (St. Mary Cray) will read a 
paper on “The Management of Infectious Diseases in Hotels.” Dr. W. 
Squire will read a paper on “Disinfection and Isolation as necessary to the 
Control of Epidemics.” Dr. C. R. Drysdale (London), Dr. E. W. Hope, 
and Dr. Joseph Loane (London) will take part in this discussion. 






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3. Town Refuse : its Treatment and Disposal. Excrementa 
Matter: its Treatment and Disposal by other Methods than that of Sewers. 
Dr. E. Slade-King (Ilfracombe) will read a paper pn “ Town Refuse : its 
Collection and Disposal in Smaller Towns.” Dr. M. Greenwood, jun., will 
read a paper on “Dusting in our Large Towns,” and will take part in the dis¬ 
cussion on “ Town Refuse : its Treatment and Disposal.” Dr. D. PL PTinn 
(Kingstown), Dr. G. E. J. Greene (Ferns), and others will also take part in 
this discussion. Dr. C. F. Moore, Dublin, will contribute Notes on the 
Disposal of Town Refuse and Excremental Matter. 

4. Diseases and Injuries caused by Special Occupations : 
with reference to their Prevention. Dr. T. Churton (Leeds), 
Dr. J. T. Arlidge, Dr. G. E. J. Greene (Ferns), and others will take part in 
the discussion. 

5. Contamination of Drinking-water by Lead: its Causes 
and Prevention Dr. Sinclair White (Sheffield) will read a paper on 
this subject. Dr. John Brown (Bacup), and Dr. T. Churton (Leeds) Mill 
take part in this discussion. 

The following further papers are announced : 

Arlidge, J. T., M.D. (Newmastle-under-Lyme). On Diseases in Some 
Occupations Produced by Noxious or Poisonous Dusts. 

Churton, T., M.D. (Leeds). Results of Twelve Months’ Systematic 
Inquiry into the Sanitary State of the Homes of Hospital In-patients. 
Drysdale, C. R.,M. D. (London). Class Mortality Statistics. 

Flinn, D. E., F.R.C.S.I. (Kingstown). On the Public Cleansing of Tomuis 
vieM^ed in Relation to Public Health. 

James, J. Brindley, M.R.C.S. (London). 1. Tovi'n Refuse : its Treatment 
and Disposal. 2. A Cabinet Minister of Public Health. 

King, E. Slade, M.O.H. tGreat Torrington). Town Refuse : its Collection 
and Disposal in the Smaller Towns. 


Section E.-PSYCHOLOGY. 

(Class Room 3, School of Science.) 

E. Psychology. — President^ D. Hack Tuke, F.R.C.P., LL.D. Vice- 
Presidents, W. Bevan Lewis, L.R.C.P. ; Kingrose Atkins, M.D. Honorary 
^S'ecretoWes, John Greig’McDo wall, M. D., Menston Asylum, near Leeds; 
Robert Percy Smith, M.D., Bethlem Royal Hospital, S.E. 

Presidential Address, Dr. Hack Tuke, on the Past and Present 
Provision for Pauper Lunatics in Yorkshire, introducing for dis¬ 
cussion the question, “ Ought the Future Provision for this Class to be on 
the Same Lines?” Drs. Bevan Lewis and Yellowlees will take part in the 
discussion. 

Dr. W. W. Ireland will open a discussion on the Double Brain, and 
the Discordant Action of the Two Hemispheres in Insanity. 


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Drs. Bevan Lewis, Hughlings Jackson, Fletcher Beach, and T. Otterson 
Wood, will take part in the discussion. 

Robertson, George, M.D. INIelancholia from an Evolutionary and Physio¬ 
logical Point of View. 

Savage, G. H., M.D. Massage Treatment of Some Forms of Melancholia. 


Section R—PATHOLOGY AND PHYSIOLOGY. 

(Physics Lecture Room, No. 11, School of Sciencf.) 

F. Pathology and Physiology.— Joseph Coats, M.D. Vice- 
Presidents, Thomas Chur ton, M.D. ; De Burgh Birch, M.D. Honorary 
Secretaries, Ernest Henry Jacobs, M. D., 12, Park Street, Leeds; T. 
Wardrop Griffith, M.D., 23, Park Square, Leeds. 

A discussion on the subject of Fever Avill be opened by Dr. T. J. 
Maclagan. Dr. Gairdner, Dr. Dreschfeld, Dr. Handford, Dr. Broadbent^ 
and Dr. Sims Woodhead will take part in the discussion. 

The following further papers are announced : 

ChurtoN; Dr. Indicanuria. 

Crooke, G. F., M.D. The Histology of Bright’s Disease. 

Mott, F. W., M.D. The Pathology of Cardiac Failure. 

Williams, Roger, Esq. The Neoplastic Process from an Evolutional 
Standpoint. 

The Pathological Museum will be held in the Chemical Laboratory of 
the Leeds School of Science (Mechanics’ Institute). Dr. Bevan Rake 
will show a series of preparations illustrative of the various lesions of 
Leprosy. 

President’s Address. 


Section G.—OPHTHALMOLOGY. 

(Class Room 5, School of Science.) 

G. Ophthalmology. — President, George Anderson Critchett, F.R.C.S. 
Edin. Vice-Presidents, John Albert Nunneley, M.B. ; George A. Berry, , 
M.B. Honorary Secretaries, Gustavus Hartridge, F.R.C.S., 65, Green 
Street, Grosvenor Square, W.; R. N. Hartley, M.B., 29, Blenheim i 
Terrace, Leeds. I 

Mr. Jonathan Hutchinson will open a discussion on the Treatm-^nt | 
of Glaucoma. Messrs. Couper, Frost, Evan Jones, Green, Griffith, 
Hutchinson, Little, Mackinlay, Macnaughton Jones, Prichard, Scougal, j 
Sympson, Tweedy, Cant, and Lloyd Owen have promised to take part in i 
the discussion. 





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The following further papers are announced : 

Benson, A. H., M.B. Pulsating Tumour of Orbit cured by Digital Pressure. 

Berry, G. A., M.B. St Petersburg Operation for Entropion and Trichiasis. 

Bickerton, Thomas H., M.R.C.S. Criticism of the various Tests for Colour- 
Blindness, with special reference to the Board of Trade Tests, and 
further examples of Defective Eyesight occurring in Sailors. 

Bronner, Adolf, M.D., will show a Hook for Removing Remains of Lens 
Capsule. 

Cant, W. J., M.R.C.S. A Case of Paralysis of the Right External Rectus 
Muscle after Injury to the Left Temple [contre coiqi ? ). 

Collins, W. J., M.D. The Composition of the Human Lens in Health 
and in Cataract, and its Bearing upon Operations for the latter. 

Cross, F, Richardson, M.R.C.S. Muscular Advancement. 

Emrys-Jones, a., M.D. The Value of Galvano-Cautery in the Treatment 
of Conical Cornea (6 cases). 

Ford, Vernon, M.R.C.S. The Value of Peritomy in Ulcers of the Cornea, etc.. 

Frost, W. Adams, F.R.C.S., will show a series of Ophthalmoscopic Drawings 
thrown on to a Screen. 

Grossman, K. I., Note on Test for Colour-blindness. 2. Blenorrlioea 
Neonatorum. 

Hartley, R. N., M.B., will show (1) Modification of Sichel’s Knife for 
Cataract Operations. (2) Cases of Soft Cataract treated by Suction. 
(3) Cases of Hard Cataract extracted without Iridectomy. 

Hartridge, G., F.R.C.S., Case of Pulsating Exophthalmos cured sponta¬ 
neously by suppuration of Contents of Orbit. 

Hern, John, M.D. Sclerotitis from Dental Irritation. 

Hewetson, H. B., M.R.C.S. (1) Series of Cataract Operations without 
Iridectomy. (2) Series of cases of Interstitial Keratitis treated by 
Syndectomy. 

Johnson, G. L.,F.R.C.S. Observations on the Therapeutical Action of the 
Violet and Ultra-violet Rays of Light on Vision. 

Money, Angel, M.D. Sudden Transient Ocular Phenomena in Children, 

Mules, P. H., M.D. Peripheral Neuritis of the Ophthalmic Division of 
the Fifth Nerve, and its Clinical Bearings. 

Snell, Simeon, M.R.C.S. Extraction of Cataract without Iridectomy. 

Teale, T. Pridgin, M.B., F.R.S. Description of the Operation he employs 
for Extraction of Cataract without Iridectomy. 

Thompson, J. T., M.B. (1) A Note on a case of Superficial Keratitis in¬ 
duced by Aniline Violet. (2) Necrosis of Cornea from Contact with 
Crude Creasote. 

Section H.—DISEASES OF CHILDREN. 

(Class Room 1, School of Science.) 

H. Diseases of Children.— President, Thomas Scattergood, M.R.C.S. 

Vice-Presidents, Richard Favell, M.R.C.S. ; A. H. Carter, M.D. Honorary 

Secretaries, Walter Henry Brown, F.RC.S.L, 19, Queen Street, Leeds; 

Angel Money, M.D., F.R.C.P., 24, Harley Street, Cavendish Square, W. 




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A discussion on the following subject will take place; The paralyses 
of the first two years of life. What is the relative frequency 
of paralysis from brain, cord, and nerve disease ? What is the 
nature of the changes in the centres and nerves ? This will 
probably be opened by the Honorary Medieal Secretary. Papers will be 
read on the various forms of infantile paralysis: spastic paraplegia, con¬ 
genital chorea, infantile palsy, and diphtheritic paral 3 *sis. 

Surr/ical Portion .—Subject for discussion : The Surgical Treatment 
of the Various Congenital Malformations. Mr. Walsham and Mr. 
Morgan will take part in the discussion. 

The following further papers are announced : 

Ashbv, Henry, M.D. A case of Softening of an Infant’s Brain due to 
Vascular. Obstruction. Also a case of Acute Polio-myelitis ; death 
six weeks after the Acute Attack. The specimens will be shown. 
Ballantynk, J. W., M.B., F. R.C.S.Ed. Sclerema and (Edema of New¬ 
born Infants. 

Barrs, A. G., ;M.D., will show some Cases Illustrative of Palsy in Infants. 
Brown, John, M.B. (Baeup). Unsuspected Lead-poisoning in ChiMren. 
Bury, Judson S., M. D. Uii a Case of Microcephalus with Spastic Paralysis, 
and will show a Specimen. 

Churchill, F., M.D. Hare-lip Operations. 

Churton, T., M.D., Meningitis following slight Injuries to the Head. 
Morgan, J. H., F. R.C.S. Congenital ^Malformations. 

Squire, W., M.D. Cases of Infantile Pahy, Spastic Paraplegia, and Diph¬ 
theritic Paralysis in Children. 

Sympson, Mansel, M.B. (1) A Case of Cerebral Birth Palsy with Epileptoid. 

Convulsions. (2) A Case of Infantile Palsy, with comments. 
Walsham, W. J., F.R.dS. Ectopia Vesicas. 

Warner, F., M.D. The Frequency of Coincidental Defects in Develop¬ 
ment as seen in Children. 


Section I.-LARYNGOLOGY. 

(Class Room 2, School of Science.) 

I. LXpvYNGOLOGY. — Henry T. Rutliu, F.R.C.S. Vice-Presidents, 

Francis de Havilland Hall, M.D. ; Richard A. Hajms, M.D. Uonorarij 
Secretaries, Greville Macdonald, M.D., 47, Queen Anne Stre-t, Cavendish 
Square, W. ; Barclay J. Paron, M.D., 16, Whiteladies Road, Bristol. 

The following subjects are proposed for special discussion : 

1. Tonsillitis : Its Varieties and Association with Rheumatism. 

2. Perichondritis of the Larynx : its Etiology, Pathology, Sym¬ 
ptoms, and Treatment. 

Dr. R. Hingstoii Fox and Dr. Barclay J. Baron will take part in the dis¬ 
cussions. 







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The following gentlemen have promised papers on these subjects : Dr. C. 

W. Haig Brown, Dr. P. McBride, Dr. G. Macdonald, Dr. David Newman, 

Dr. Scanes Spicer, and Mr. Lennox Browne ; and tlie following will take 

part in the discussions : Dr. Dundas Grant. Dr. Hodgkinson, Mr. T. Mark 

Hovell, Dr. C. J. Lewis,Dr. S. Moritz, Dr. G. Hunter Mackenzie, Dr. Scanes 

Spicer, Mr. G. Eland Stewart, Dr. Archibald Garrod, Dr. Warden, Dr. A. 

Mantle, and Dr. de Havilland Hall. 

The following further papers are announced : 

IBaron, Barclay J. , M.B. A Case of Bilateral Paralysis of Abductors of 
the Vocal Cords. 

■Hailes. VV. J., M.D. (Albany, N. Y.). Intubation of the Larynx, 60 Cases, 
20 Recoveries, with Instruments. 

Lawrence, L. H., F.R.C.S. Granular Pharyngitis. 

Macdonald, Greville, M. D. Empyema of the Maxillary Sinus, with an 
analysis of twelve cases. 

Mackenzie, G. Hunter, M.D. Cases of Infraglottic Laryngeal Disease ; 
(1) a Web removed by Laryngotomy ; (2) a Growth a Sequel of Acute 
Laryngitis ; (3) Intubation of the Larynx. 

Moritz, S., M.D. A Case of Acute Rheumatic Bilateral Paralysis of the 
Abductors of the Vocal Cords. 

Murphy, James, M.D. A Retractor for use in Tracheotomy. 

Newman, David, M. D. A case of Laryngeal Carcinoma complicated by 
Chronic Pulmonary Tuberculosis, with remarks respecting the rare 
coincidence of these diseases. 

.Spicer, R. H. Scanes, M.D. Throat and Nose Affections in Children as 
Causes of Functional Nervous Disorders. 

Stewart, G. Eland, M.R.C.S. Tonsillitis as a Cause of Abscess in the 
Neck. 

. Stoker, George, M.K.Q.C.P.I. Laryngitis and Rhinitis in Diabetes. 

.Zwaardemaker, H., M.D. (Utrecht). New Olfactometers for Estimating 
Degree of Loss of Smell (shown and described for the author by Dr. 
Scanes Spicer). 


Section J.-OTOLOGY. 

(Elementary Division, Mechanics’ Institute.) 

J. Otology. — President, George P. Field, M.R.C.S. Vice-Presidents, 
Frederick Morrish Pierce, M.D. ; Henry Bendelack Hewetson, M.R.C.S. 
Honorary Secretaries, Adolf Bronner, M.D., 33, Manor Row, Bradford ; 
G. William Hill, M.B., 24, Wimpole St., W. 

The President, George Field, Esq., will open the proceedings of the 
Section by an address. 

Subject for discussion :— 

The Influence of Diseases of the Nose and Pharynx on 
Affections of the Middle Ear. 

Opened by the Vice-Presidents, F. W. Pierce, Esq., and H. Bendelack 
Hewetson, Esq. 




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The following further papers are announced : 

Bronner, Adolf, M.D. (Bradford). Notes on the Use of Menthol in the 
Local Treatment of Diseases of the Middle Ear ; and will show (1) a 
Catheter for the Injection of Fluids, and (2) a Capsule for the Intro¬ 
duction of Vapours into the Middle Ear. 

Davis, Henry, M.R.C.S. (London). On the question of Anaesthetics in 
Operations for Adenoid Growths of the Naso-Pharynx. 

Goye, Professor (Amsterdam). On Aprosexia, being the inability to fix the 
attention, and other allied troubles in the cerebral functions caused 
by nasal disorders. 

Hill, William, M.B. (London). On someCausesof Backwardness and Stupi¬ 
dity in Children; and will show Intranasal Guards for the Safer 
application of Chromic Acid to the Nasal Cavities. 

Stone, George, L.R.C.P. & S.,Ed. (Liverpool). A Case of Severe Unilateral 
Tinnitus due to Stricture of the Eustachian Tube cured by Persistent 
Bougieing. 


Section K.—PHARMACOLOGY AND 
THERAPEUTICS. 

(Class Room 10, School of Science.) 

K. Pharmacology and Therapeutics. — President, Sir William Roberts,. 
M.D., F.R.S. Vice-Presidents, T. Cranstoun Charles, M.D. ; I. Burney 
Yeo, M.D. Honorary Secretaries, John B. Hellier, M.D., 1, De Grey 
Terrace, Leeds ; Dawson Williams, M.D., 25, Old Burlington Street, W. 

The proceedings of the Section will be opened at 10 a.m. by an address 
by the President, on Certain Practical Points in the use of Antacid 
Remedies in Dyspepsia and Gravel. 

At 10.30 a.m., a discussion on Hypnotics and Analgesics, with special 
reference to remedies recently introduced, namely. Paraldehyde, Hypnone, 
Araylene Hydrate, Methylal, Sulphonal, will be opened by Dr. D. J. Leech, 
Professor of Therapeutics in the Victoria University, Manchester. Dr. 
Charteris, Professor of Therapeutics in the University of Glasgow, Sir 
J. Crichton Browne, Dr. VV. H. Broadbent, Dr. Frederick Needham 
(Gloucester), Dr. Macnaughton Jones, Dr. T. Cranstoun Charles, and 
Dr. John Gordon (Aberdeen) have signified their intention of taking part 
in the discussion. 

The following papers have been promised : 

Charles, T. Cranstoun, M.D. (London). 1. The Hot-air Treatment of 
Pulmonary Consumption. 2. Notes on the use of Paraguay Tea. 
Gordon, John, M.D. (Aberdeen). On the Pharmacology of Urethane. 
Solly, Samuel E., M.R.C S., L.S.A. (Colorado Springs). On the Climate 
of Colorado. 

Taylor, T. Cleasby, M.D. Grand Canary, its Climate and Waters. 
Miller, A. C., M.D. The Mountain Cure of Phthisis, with special 
reference to its adoption on Ben Nevis. 





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iStitisI) ilebtcal ^sscciatiait. 


REGULATIONS FOR THE CONDUCT OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETINGS OF 
THE BRITISH MEDICAL ASSOCIATION. 

General Control of Meeting*. 

1. The programme of the Annual General Meeting shall be under the 
•control of the Council. The following Regulations shall guide the Com¬ 
mittee of Arrangement and any local Committee that may be formed :— 

Necessily of Limiting* the Expenditure. 

2. The gradual and constant increase of the Members of the British 
Medical Association renders it expedient to express the strong opinion of 
the Council that the medical men of the locality at which the Association 
holds its Meeting should not deem it necessary to incur a large expenditure, 
as otherwise the choice of a place of meeting must be more and more 
limited to the larger towns of the kingdom. 

Annual Dinner. 

3. The Annual Dinner shall be under the control of the Council. 

Papers to be read at Meeting*. 

4. All Papers intended to be read at the Annual Meeting shall be for¬ 
warded, together with an Abstract, to the Secretaries of Sections ten days 
before the Annual Meeting takes place, excepting the Addresses of the 
Presidents of Sections or the Addresses to be delivered in General Meeting. 

Directions for Sections. 

5. The Presidents, Vice-Presidents, and Secretaries of Sections shall 
form a Committee of Reference, with power to accept, decline, or postpone 
.any Paper, and to arrange the order in which the Papers shall be read. 

Grouping of Papers for Discussion. 

6. The Papers in each Section shall, as far as possible, be grouped 
together, so as to ensure a general discussion on kindred subjects. 

Length of Time to be occupied by Papers or Speeches. 

7. Xo communication shall occupy more than fifteen minutes, and no 
person shall be permitted to speak more than once or for more than ten 
minutes during the discussion thereon. 

Resolutions at Annual Meetings. 

8. No Motion shall be brought forward at the Annual Meeting unless it 
has been proposed by the Council or a Committee of the Association, or 
notice of the same shall have been given on the previous day, in writing, to 
the General Secretary, to be entered on the Agenda of the day and printed 
in the Daily Journal. This does not apply to Amendments moved in due 
form. 

Meeting of Council. 

9. The Council of the Association shall meet on the drst day of the 
Annual Meeting, and the First General Meeting of the Association shall be 
held in the evening. 

Reports of Committee. 

10. All Reports of Committees of the Association shall be printed in the 
Journal before the Annual Meeting. 










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WHO HAVE EEGISTERED THEIR NAMES. 


Adams, W., 5, Henrietta Street, Cavendish Square; Great Northern Tiotel. 
Aldridge, C., M.D., Plympton House, Plympton, South Devon; Great 
Northern Hotel. 

Allbutt, H. A., 24, Park Square, Leeds. 

Allfrey, C, H., M. D., St. Mary Cra^’’ ; 1, Moorland Terrace. 

Allan, J., M.D., Beckett Street, Leeds. 

Althorp, C. F. M., Bradford Infirmary. 

Amyot, T. E., Diss, Norfolk ; Red Lion Hotel. 

I Anderson, T., M.D., 4, Upper Berkeley Street, London ; Quarrydene, 
j VVeetwood, Leeds. 

Anningson, J. W., 11, Yorkshire Street, Burnley ; Park House, Aberford. 
Aplin, Alfred, M.D., County Asylum, Sneinton, Nottingham; Queen’s 
Hotel. 

Arlidge, -T. T., M.D., The High Grove, Stoke-upon-Trent ; Bridge House, 
Haworth, Keighley. 

Arthur, J., Wingote, Ferryhill, eo. Durham ; Griffin Hotel. 

Atkinson, G. P., Pontefract ; 2, Eldon Place, 

Atkins, R., M.D., District Lunatic Asylum, Waterford; Adel Grange, 
Leeds. 

Atkinson, R., Cliffe Cottage, Rippondon, Halifax. 

Atkinson, Edward, 16, Blenheim Terrace, Leeds. 

Ballaree, E., M.D, 12, Highbury Terrace, N. : Fredk, Baines Esq., West- 
wood Lodge, Leeds. 

Barlow, J. ,M.D., 27, Elmbank Crescent, Glasgow ; 31, Lyddon Terrace, . 
Leeds. 

Bacon, Alfred Thomas, West Field, Leeds. 

Bampton, H., M.D., Brookfield, Ilkley. 

Barnes, H., M.D., Carlisle. 

Balding, D. B., Royston, Cambs. ; 29, Sholebroke Avenue. 

Baftram, J. S., Bath ; Mr. Ryder, Glenhow Hill. 

Barnes, R., M.D., 15, Harley Street, London ; Dr. Braithwaite’s. 

Barron, G. B., M.D., Southport; Great Northern Hotel. 

Baron, B. J., M.B., 16, Whiteladies Road, Clifton, Biistol ; Mr. J, . 

Whiting, 2, Regent Villa.s, Headingley. 

Balknill, William E., 14, Old Cavendish Street, Cavendish Square, Loud. ; 
Elm Bank, Cleckheaton. 





Barley, Henry, ]\r.D., Green Cottage, Holbeck. 

Barley, David Henry, M.D., Grove House, Beckett Street. 

Barrs, Alfred G., M.D., 22, Park Place, Leeds. 

Bateman, F., M.B., Loud., Whitchurch, Oxon., near Beading; Mr. Isitt, St. 

Mark’s Cottage, Wood house Lane. 

Baker, J. W., Derby ; Queen’s Hotel. 

Bateman, F., M.D., Xorwich ; Marshall Stables, Esq., Hope Villa, Arraley. 
Banks, W. M., 28, Rodney Street, Liverpool ; Mr. T. P. Teale’s. 

Bell, R., M. D., 29, Lymdock Street, Glasgow ; The Elms, Chapel-Allerton. 
Bendelenbury, F., M.D., Bonn; Mr. Wilson, Osborne Terrace. 

Beck, F. E., Surgeon, Belfast; Albion Hotel. 

Bernard, W., 14, Queen Street, Londonderry ; Mrs. Hepworth, 37, Mount 
Preston. 

Beattie, G. W., M. D., Peel Hou.se, Fadsworth. 

Bideu, Charles Walter, M.R.C.S.,E., 15, Virginia Road, Leeds. 

Birch, de Burgh, Professor Physiology, Yorkshire College, 16, De Grey 
Terrace. Leeds. 

Birt, A., M.B., Durham County Asylum, Sedgtfield, Durham ; 9,Claren- 
don Place, Leeds. 

Blair, R.,M.D., Anglesey House, Goole; T. E. Pritt, Lyntonville, Headingley. 
Blore, I., M.D., Cheetham Hill ; Borough Hospital, Leeds. 

Bland, A. W. Hamilton, M. D., 33, Rosary Gardens, London, S.W. ; 
Queen’s Hotel. 

Booth, P. L., 14, Hartington Street, Barrow ; Bull and Mouth HoteL 
Bowman, R. M., Ripon. 

Bodken, W., M.D., Chelmsford; Trevelyan Hotel. 

Broadbenfc, W. H., M.D., 34, Symoii Street, Portmen Square, London ; Dr. 
Edison’s, Leeds. 

Brookhouse, J. O., M.D., Nottingham ; Queen’s Hotel, Leeds. 

Broughton, H. T., Heckmondwike. 

Brown, G., 29, Threadneedle Street, London, E.C.; Burwood House, Bacup. 
Browne, Sir J. C , M.D., Lord Chancellor’s Visitor, 7, Cumberland 
Terrace, Regents Park, London ; Gledhow Hall, near Leeds. 
Braithwaite, James, M.D., 16, Clarendon Road. Leeds. 

Brown, Charles Gage, Companion of St. Michael and St. George, M.D., 
88, Sloane Street, London, S.W. ; 30, Brunswick Terrace, Harrogate. 
Broadbent, S. W., Dalton-le-dale, Sunderland ; Dr. Hunter, Pudsey. 
Briscoe, J. E., General InBrmary, Leeds. 

Brown, Walter Henry, 19, Queen Street, Leeds, 

Bryson, M., 4, Tower Street, York. 

Bristowe, J. S,, M.D., 13, Old Burlington Street, London; Mr. Pridgin 
Teale’s. 

Brondbent, G. H., 8, Ardwick Green, Manchester. 

Bridgwater, T., M.B., Harrow; Mr. Wheelhouse. 

Brierley, J. B., M. D., Alma House, Old Traflford, Manchester. 

Bronner, A., M.D., 33, Manor Row, Bradford. 

Brown, J. W. H., Ripley House, Holbeck. 




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Brereton, J. B., Gildersome. 

Buck, Joseph, Union Infirmary, Beckett Street, Leeds. 

Burrows, E., M.D., Marnhull, Anerley Hill, Upper Norwood, London, S.E.; 
Great Northern Hotel. 

Burke, W. H., M.B., c/o Grindlay & Co., 55, Parliament Street, 
London ; Albion Hotel, Leeds. 

Buchanan, H. D., M.B., Kirkgate, Thirsk ; 24, Mount Preston. 

Buncle, A., M.B.,Ed., Purstone, Pontefract ; Conservative Club. 

Carter, D’Arcy B., Shipley. 

Carter, Eustace, Chapel-Allerton, Leeds. 

Carter, T., Richmond, Yorks. ; Moorham, Headingley. 

Cartwright, J. P., Oswestry ; 2, Dunorlan Terrace, Harrogate. 

, Carter, F. R., Savile House, Potternewton, Leeds. 

' Carter, W. R , M.B., Rastrick. Yorks. 

Carter, J. B., Elm House, Chapel-Allerton. 

Cameron, M., M.D., 7, Newton Terrace, Glasgow; West Riding Hotel 
Leeds. 

Cameron, R., M.D., 51, New Mount Road, Huddersfield. 

Charles, T. C., M.D., Albert Mansions, 106, Victoria Street, London, S. W. ; 
I Mr. Blacklock’s, Headingley. 

I Child, Herbert, 8, Monk’s Road, Lincoln; Warrell’s Grove, Bramley. 
Churton, Thomas, M.D., 35, Park Square, Leeds, 
j Chadwick, Charles M., 3, Park Square, Leeds, 
j Clayton, Arthur J., 115, Roundhay Road. 

Clarke, W. B., M.B., 46, Harley Street, London, W. ; Queen’s Hotel. 
Clark, R., Lancaster ; 22, Park Place. 

i Cousins, J. Ward, M.D , Portsmouth ; Great Northern Station Hotel. 

' Cornish, W. R., Surgeon-General, 8, Cresswell Gardens, London, S.W. ; 
Corbin, M, A. B., Guernsey ; Queen’s Hotel. 

Cox, F. A., M.B., 50, South Street, Park Lane, London, W. ; Golden Lion 
Hotel. 

Corbin, M. A. B., Guernsey ; Queen’s Hotel, 

Coldstream, A. R., M.D., 24, Lurig Arno Nuovo, Florence ; The Vicarage' 
Leeds. 

Collier, S. R., M.D., Clarence Villa, Hartfield Road, Wimbledon. 

Coleman, H, W., The Lodge, Armley, Leeds. 

Craig, J. W., M. D., 17j Park Road, Binglcy. 

Crauford, A. W., M.B., Paisley ; West Riding. 

Crean, R., M.D., Montague House, Higher Broughton. 

Crespi, A. J. H., Wimborne, 10, Park Place, Leeds. 

Crew, J., Higham Ferrers, 

Critchett, G. A., 21, Harley Street, London ; Great Northern Hotel, Leeds. 
Crocker, James, Bingley. 

Croft, Edward Octavius, 8, Clarendon Road, Leeds. 

Crowe, G. W., M.D., Worcester ; Herbert Rowe, Esq., Hillary Place. 
Cullingworth, C. J., M.D., London ; Prof. Wright, Lynton Villa, Virginia 
Road. 

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Cuming. J., M.D., Belfast; Dr. Chadwick, 3, Park Square. 

Cutter, E., M.D., 1730, Broadway, New York. 

Dalby, Sir W., 18, Savile Eow, London; Shaw House, Headingley. 

Dautie, S. H., M.D., Beoach, near Bombay; 49, Springfield Place. 

Davison, J., M.D., Bournemouth ; 20, Hyde Terrace, Leeds. 

Davidson, A., M.D., Liverpool. 

Daucy, H. M., M.D., Surgeon, Southwell, Notts.: Queen’s Hotel. 

Davis, Arthur, M.B., Greenhead House, New Galloway, Scotland ; 33, 
Bagby Road. 

Davy, J., M.D., Gibbet Street, Halifax. 

Day, W. W., M.D., Church Street, Low*er Edminton; Gt. Northern Hotel. 
Davis, Frederick Lionel, Holme Lea, Lyme Begis, Dorset. Leathley 
Lodge, Hunslet Road, Leeds. 

DeRenzy, Annesby Charles C., Airedale Terrace, Kirkstall. 

Denby, W., M.B., Jenny Lane, Baildon, near Bradford. 

Deville,T., M.D., Harrogate. 

Dempsey, A., M.D., Clifton Street, Belfast, Ireland; Crown Hotel, 
Harrogate. 

De Livera, E., M.B.,Cam., Ceylon ; 24, Hanover Street. 

De’Ath, G. H., Buckingham; Queen’s Hotel, Leeds. 

Dobis, W., M.D., Townfield House, Keighley. 

Down, J. Langdon-, M.D,, 81, Harley Street, London, W. ; Queen’s 
Hotel (No. 8), Leeds. 

Dobson, Joseph, M.B., Burley Lawn, Leeds. 

Doyne, R. W., Oxford; Elm Bank, North Park Road, Manningham. 
Dowall, S. W. M., M.D., County Asylum, Morpeth ; West Riding Asylum, 
Menston. 

Dowse, T. S., M.D., 14, Welbeck Street; Ben Rhydding Hydro. 

Dolan, T. M., M.D., Horton House, Halifax. 

Douglas, W., M.D., Dalkeith House, Leamington Spa; Queen’s Hotel. 
Doran, A., 9, Granville Place, Portman Sc^uare, London ; Bramhope Manor. 
Drummond, D., M.D., Saville Place, Nev\castle-on-Tyne; Great Northern, 
Railway Hotel. 

Drake, F. H., Headingley. 

Drury, A., M.B., Landou House, Halifax. 

Duke, A., 17, Upper Mount Street, Dublin; Albion Hotel. 

Dukes, Clement, M.D.,Lond., Sunuyside, Rugby; Roundhay Mount. 

Earley, C. R., Ridgway Place; Golden Lion Hotel. 

Eames, T. B., Barnfield House, Stoneclough, near Manchester ; 29, Mount 
Preston. 

Eastwood, J. W., M.D.,Edin., Dinsdale Park, Darlington ; Golden Lion 
Hotel. 

Eastes, G., M.B., 35, Gloucester Place, Hyde Park, London, W. ; J. Lup- 
ton. Esq., Moorlands, Headingley. 

Eccles, A. S., M.B., 34, Leinster Square, Hyde Park, W. ; Great 
Northern Hotel. 

Eddison, Jno. Edwin, M.D., Park Square, Leeds. 




*Gmbletou, D., M.D., 19, Claremont Place, Newcastle-on-Tyne; Mrs. 
Greenhow’s, Newton Hall, Leeds. 

Erskine, J., M.B., 6, Newton Street, Charing Cross, Glasgow; Mechanics’ 
Institute. 

Evelyn, A. D., M.B., Armoy Rectory, co. Antrim, Ireland; Stanningley. 

Exley, John, Grove House, New Wortley, Leeds. 

Fennings, A., M.D., 76, Ladbroke Grove; 31, Springfield Place. 

Felce, S., KenmureLodge, Elgin Avenue, London; 37, Mount Preston. 

Fegan, R., M.H., Blackheath, London, S.E. ; Queen’s Hotel, Leeds. 

Field, G. P., 34, Wimpole Street, London, W. ; with T. R. Jessop, Esq. 
Roundhay Mount. 

Finucane, Thorney Dawson, M.D., Black Rock, Co. Dublin; 41, Mount 
Preston. 

Fleck, E., M.D., Cologne, Germany, Urzulastr, 18 ; Northern Hotel. 

Fletcher, F. A. C., Crosshills, Keighley. 

Fox, R. H., M.D., 23, Finsbury Square, E.C. ; c/o J. Whiting, Esq , Regent 
Villas, Headiugley. 

Forsyth, R., M.D., New Hall, Birstall. 

Foster, John, M.D., 113, Horton Lane, Bradford. 

Frank, Philip, M.D., Cannes (France), 3, Elverton Place, London, 
S.W.; Middelton Hotel, likley. 

Frobisher, Wm. Martin, 189, Woodhouse Lane. 

Franks, K., M.D., 6, Fitzwilliam Square, Dublin ; Queen’s Hotel, Leeds. 

Fryer, J., Batley Carr, Dewsbury. 

•Galton, J. H., M.D.,Lond., Chunam, Sylvan Road, Norwood; Great 
Northern Station Hotel. 

•Gay, W., M.D., 23, Blenheim Terrace, Leeds. 

•Gairdner, W. T., M.D., Professor of Medicine, University of Glasgow, 
225, St. Vincent Street, and 9, The College, Glasgow ; Mr. Wheelhouse, 
Hillary Place. 

,,'Garner, J. E., M.D., 18, "Winckley Square, Preston, Lancs. ; 1, Moor View, 

^ Hyde Park, Leeds. 

Gibson, J., M.B., West Vale, nr. Halifax. 

-Gillies, J., 5, Crescent, Selby. 

Glascott, C. E., M.D., 23, St. John Street, Manchester; Great Northern 
Hotel. 

•Gooding, J. C., M.D.,Edin., Hanbury, Cheltenham ; Imperial Hotel. 

Gordon, J, M.D., 7, Union Place, Aberdeen; Victoria Hotel. 

Gowans, W., M.B., Victoria Terrace, South Shields; Great Northern 
Hotel. 

Gofi*, Bruce, M.D., Bothwell, Lanarkshire; Queen’s Hotel. 

Gott, Henry, 23, Cromer Terrace. 

Goyder, David, M.D., Bradford. 

Griffith, T. Wardrop, 23, Park Square, Leeds. 

Greenwood, John William, Ossett. 

Greenwood, G. Spencer, Gowood House, Ossett. 

Grant, C., M.B.,Edin., Queen Mary’s House, Inverness, Great Northern 
Hotel. 




Grime, J., M.D., Blackman Lane ; Queen’s Hotel. 

Gray, E., M.B., St. Hubert’s, Bickenham, Kent ; 11, Blenheim Terrace^ 
Leeds. 

Gramshaw, F. S., M.D., The Villa, Stillington, Easingwold, Yorks ; 
Queen’s Hotel. Leeds, 

Gwynn, S. T., M. D., Whitchurch, Salop; J. Knaggs, Ebor Mount, 
Huddersfield. 


Hartlej^, John, xM.D.. Oaklands, Hythe, Kent ; Queen’s Hotel, No. 63. 
Hart, E., Editor British Medical Journal, 38, Wimpole Street, London 
Gledhow Park, Leeds. 

Harvey, R., M.D., Brigade Surgeon, Bengal Army, Professor of Midwiferj". 
Medical College of Bengal, 52, Chowrayhi, Calcutta ; Sir J. Kitson,. 
Gledhow Hall. 

Harrison, J., 2, Hustler Terrace, Bradford. 

Harrison, W., M.D., Matlock. 

Hamilton, J. A., M.D., 23, Ely Place, Dublin. 

Hall, J.G., Swansea ; Queen’s Hotel. 

Hare, M. J., M.D , Berkeley House, Manchester Square, Loudon, W. ; 
Mrs. Heaton’s, Claremont, Leeds. 

Harley, G., M.D., 25, Harley Street, London, W. ; Fenwick, Chapel- 
Allerton. 

Handcock, G., Carlton House, Girlington, Bradford. 

Harris, A. G. R., Selborne House, Halifax. 

Harral, C. H., 52, Kirkgate, Leeds. 

Hamilton. J. R., M.D., Elm House, Hawick; Station Hotel. Harrogate. 
Harris, R.. M.B ,Lond., 18, Duke Street, Southport; 7, Belhouse Terrace,. 
Ilkley. 

Harman, W. M., M.D., Brigade Surgeon (Retd.), Winchester; Jackson 
Hotel, 10, Piirk Place. 

Ha’lilay, R. P., 159, Hyde Park Road, Leeds. 

Handcock, George, West Hill House, Chapeltown Road, Leeds. 
Hargreaves, J. B., Wellgarth House, Armley. 

Haley, William Henr}’, Claremont House, Wakefield. 

Hart, Dann Berry, M.D.,29, Charlotte Square, Edinburgh ; Granby Hotel,. 
Harrogate. 

Hall, W., Headingley. 

Hawtin, John Nelms, Sturdie House, Roundhay Road, Leeds. 

Hall, Frederick, M.D., St. Mark’s House, Leeds. 

Hallilay, John, 28, Burley Road, Leeds 
Hartley, R. N., M.B., 29, Blenheim Terrace, Leeds. 

Hamilton, A., M.B., The Grange, Wortley. 

Herringham, W. P, M.D., 13, Upper Wimpole Street, W. ; Vicarage,. 
Leeds. 

Heald, B. Gray, Red House, East Street, Leeds. 

Hellier, John Benj., M.D.. 1, De Grey Terrace, Leeds. 

Hengst, D. A., M.D., Pittsburgh, Penn., U.S.A. 



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I Hemming, J. Hughes, Member of Council G. M. B., Kimbolton, St. Neots. 

I Henderson, G. C., M.D.,Lond., Kingston, Jamaica. 

j Hewitt, G., M.D., Emeritus Professor of Obstetric Med. Univ. Coll., .36, 

I Berkeley Square, London ; Queen’s Hotel. 

I Hewetson, H. Bendelack, Leeds Infirmary, 11, Hanover Square, Leeds. 

Hebblethwaite, H., Burley-in-Wharfedale. 
j Henderson, R. W., M.D., 66, Camp Road, Leeds. 

i Hicks, J. B., 24, George Street, Hanover Square, W. ; Mrs. Heaton, 

! Claremont, Leeds. 

I Hirst, A., M.D., Heyne Bank, Prestwich ; 5, Denison Road. 

1' Hirst, S. C., M.D., Bradford. 

Hick, Joseph, Borough Fever Hospitcxl, Leeds. 

Howard, J. F., M.D., Shaw, Lancashire. 

Hood, VV., Castlegate House, York. 

Hopkins, J. W., Jr., Brunswick House, Leeds. 

Howard, E., M.D., 86, Wimpole Street, London, W. ; Ben Rliydding 
Hydro. 

Horne, J. F., The Poplars, Barnsley ; 24, Moorland Road. 

Holland, R. B., M.D., Matlock. 

Hobson, L. J., M.D.,Lond., Harrogate. 

Holt, R.C., 56, Cohn Road, Burnley ; 10, Lyddon Terrace, Leeds. 

Holmes, C., M.D,, Rujall; C. G. Wheelhouse, Hillary Place. 

Horrocks, P., M.D., 9, St.jT. omas’s Street, London, S.E. ; c/o Dr. Hall, 
St, Mark’s House, Leeds. 

Holthouse, E. H., 85, Gower Street, London ; c/o C. Granger, Esq., 3, 
Cavendish Road. 

Holdsworth, Samuel, M.D., Wakefield. 

Holmes, Joseph, Rugby House, Leeds. 

! Hoi well, E. B, Sherwood House, Leeds. 

Holmes, Fredk., Springfield House, Leeds. 

Holmes, James Gardner, Kewton Mount, Chapeltown Road, Leeds. 

[ Hollings, Robert, M.D., Grove House, Wakefield. 

I Hudson, Theodore Joseph, M.D., 110, North Street, Leeds. 

I Hunter, William Brown, M.D., Londonderry ; at W. L. Hunter’s, 

^ Pudsey, near Leeds. 

Hunter, William Lovell, M.D., Pudsey, near Leeds. 

Hunt, H. J., Harrogate. 

Hunt, De Vere, Westbourne Crescent, Canton, Cardiff; Great Northern 
Hotel. 

Hurtley, W. M., 25, Brunswick Place, Leeds. 

Humphreys, J. R., Shrewsbury ; Queen’s Hotel. 

I Hutchinson, C. F., M.D., &c. May Lodge, Scarborough ; c/o Sir James 
j Kitson, Bt., Gledhow Hall, Leeds. 

j Hudson, G., M.D., Westbourne House, Westbourne Grove, Scarborough; 
j ^ St. Chads, Far Headingley, c/o Miss Brown. 






Illingworth, C. R., M. D., Clay ton House, Accrington; 10, Clarendon Place 
Ince, Surgeon-Major John, M.D., Montague House, Swanley, Kent. 
Tngledew, J., M.D., Tynedock ; Griffin Hotel, Leeds. 

Ireland, W. W., M.D.,Edin., Preston Lodge, Prestonpans, East Lothian, 
Golden Lion, 2, Briggate, Leeds, 

Iredale, T., 32, Headingley Lane, Leeds. 


Jacob, Ernest H., M.D., 12, Park Street, Leeds. 

Jackson, Thomas Vincent, Wolverhampton; 25, Cumberland Road 

Headingley. 

James, Francis Percy Roesch, Thornhill House, Wakefield. 

Jackson, A., Wilkinson Street, Sheffield ; Queen’s Hotel, Leed.s, 

James, J. B., 47, Jamaica Road, S.E.; Victoria Hotel, Leeds. 

Jewison, Thomas William, Surgeon, Oulton, near Leeds. 

Jefferson, Robert P., 39, Leopold Street, Leeds. 

Jessop, Thomas Richard, Leeds. 

Johnson, Christopher John Byron, Kirkby Overblown Wetherby 
Johnston, James, M.B., 31, Whetley Hill, Bradford. 

Johnson, S., M.D., Stoke-upon-Trent ; Trevellyan Hotel. 

Jones, A. 0., M.D., Harrogate. 

Jordan. W. R., 10, Easy Row, Birmingham; Dr. Goyder, 88, Great 
Horton Road, Bradford. 

Jowers, F. W., 27, Old Steyve, Brighton ; Middelton Hotel, llkle}^ 
Johnstone, T , M.D., Springfield, Ilkley, Yorkshire. 

Jones, E., Aberdare, S. Wales ; Victoria Hotel. 

Johnstone, A. W., M.D., Donville K.Y., U.S.A. ; Queen’s Hotel. 

Jubb, A., Consulting Surgeon, Halif x Infirmary, 23, Akeds Road, Halifax. 


Keller, 0. E., M.D., 46, Finsbury Square, London, E.C. ; Red House,. 

East Street, Leeds. 

Kemp, E. W., Castleford. 

Kerr, K., M.D.. 42, Grove Road, Regent’s Park, London. K. W. ;: 

c/o Dr. F. R. Lees, Meanwood Lodge, Leeds. 

Keay, J. H., M.B.,Edin., 64, Albert Road, Colne, Lancashire. 

Keetley, C. B., 56, Grosvenor Street, Grosvenor Square, London. W. ; 2; 
Hillary Place. 

Kenyon, J. E., 21, Park Lane, Bradford. 

Key worth, G. H , M.B.,Loud., Wem, Shropshire ; Imperial Hotel, Leedsv 
Kershaw, Hugh, Radcliffe House, Pudsey; Mechanics’ Inst. 

Kendell, D. B., M.B , Heath House, Wakefield. 

Kershaw, John Cawthron, Bruce Street, New Wortley, Leeds. 

Kinch, G. H., Heckmondwike, Yorkshire. 

Knaggs, S., Huddersfield. 

Knaggs, R. L., 26, Ramsden Street, Huddersfield. 

Knight, H. J., Brooklands, Rotherham. 




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j Lawrence, L., 125, Hodry Street, London. 

; Lawrence, J., M.D., Darlington ; West Eiding Hotel. 

! Le Page, J. F., M.D., 17, Crescent, Sa’ford. 

Lee, W. A., Surgeon-Major Madras Medical Service, Dromore, Newport, 
Limerick ; Northern Hotel. 

Lee, G. W., M.B., Mount Pleasant, Leeds. 

Lewis, W. B,, Medical Director West Biding Asylum, West Riding 
Asylum, Wakefield. 

Leary, T., M.D., Castlederry, co. Tyrone; Victoria Hotel, Leeds. 

Leak, T. M., The Cedars, Hemsworth, near Pontefract ; Wm. Firth, 
Esq., Woodsley House, Leeds. 

Little, J. F., M.B., 60, Welbeck Street, London, W. : Ben Rhydding, 
Leeds. 

Lindsay, J, A., M.D., 37, Victoria Place, Belfast ; 24, Hanover Street. 

Littlewood, Harry, General Infirmary, Leeds. 

Lord, Richard, M.D., 4, S. Ann’s Villas, Netting Hill, London ; Temperance 
Hotel, 10, Park Place, Leeds. 

Loe, James Scarborough, Grafton House, and Woodhouse Lane, Leeds. 

Logan, T., M.D., Wibsey, near Bradford. 

Long, J., Greenside, Wortley. 

Lowther, R., M.D., Fernleigh, Grange-over-Sands ; Cliffe Lodge, Hyde 
I Park, Leeds. 

Lofthouse, R. C., Surgeon-General,Junior United Service Club, Charles St., 
St. James’, London ; Oxford House, Newlaj% near Leeds. 

Lucey, W. C., M.D., Enfield; St. Ann’s Tower, Headingley. 

; Lund, M. B., Mentone, Alpes Maritimes, France; 10, Crossbeck Road, 
Ilkley. 


I Mackinlay, R , M.D., Lichfield, Staffordshire ; Queen’s Hotel, 
i Martin, J. W., M.D.,Mch., 76, Brimswdck Street; Sheffield. 

Mace wen, W., 3, Woodside Court, Glasgow ; Mr. Jessop, Roundhay Mount 
j Madden, Thomas More, M. D., 55, Merrion Square, Dublin ; c/o Dr. Myrtle, 
Harrogate. 

MacLintock, Jas., M.D , Bradford Town Hall. 

Mason, William Harrap, Mario Street, Dewsbury Road, Leeds, 
i Mayo, Frank Herbert, 49, Otley Road, Headingley. 

MaePherson, J., M.B., 47, Tong Road. 

: Mantle, A., M.D., Stanley, Durham ; Great Northern Hotel. 

■ Marsh, F., 34, Paradise Street, Birmingham. 

i Marshall, M. A., M.D., 16, Stanley Gardens, Netting Hill, London; 
i Quarrydene, Weetwood, near Leeds. 

; Martin, W. Y., M.D., Walkden, near Bolton ; Jackson’s Park Hotel, Park 
Place, Leeds. 

MacLaurin, H. M., M.D., 155, Macquarie Street, Sydney, N.S.W. ; 
Qaeen’s Hotel, Leeds. 

Margerson, W. E., Roscoe House, Dewsbury. 

Mackenzie, W. G., Belfast; Queen’s Hotel. 

Maddin, G., Dublin ; 6, Cowhill Lane, Ashton-under-Lyne. 







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MacNamara, P. J., M.D., Adelaide Place, Bruflf, Ireland. 

Martin^ S., M.D., 10, Mansfield Street, Cavendish Street, Loudon, W. ; 
Great Northern Station Hotel. 

Mackenzie, J., M.D., 63, Bank Parade, Burnley; 2, Mount Pleasant, 
llkley. 

May, J. H. S., Melford House, Plymouth ; Queen’s Hotel. 

MacDonald, P. W., M.D., The County Asylum, Dorchester, Dorset; 

5, Warwick Place. 

Martin, J., Moses’ Gate, Bolton. 

McGill, A. F., Leeds; Harrogate. 

McNicoll, E. D., Southport; Ashfield, Skircoat, Halifax. 

McGeagh, W., M.D., 20, Spellow Lane, Liverpool; Albion Hotel. 
McDowall, J. G., M.D., Menston Asylum, nr. Leeds. 

McNaught, J., M.D., Boothfold, Newchurch, near Manchester; Queen’s 
Hotel. 

McKane. G. 0., Bischoflf House, Hartley Hill, Leeds. 

Mead, George B., M.D., VVentmore House, Newmarket, Sufifolk. 

Medwin, A. G., M.D., Benton Street, London; Imperial Hotel. 

Menzies, J. H., 1, Grosvenor Road, London, W. ; Queen’s Hotel. 

Meredith, J., M.D., Willington, Somerset; 16, Park Place. 

Menken, S., M.D., 8, Place de la Nassiu, Biarritz; Bradford. 

Merson, J., M.D., Hull; Dr. McDowall, Menstou Asylum. 

Milne, J. Black, M.B., The Infirmary, Dewsbury. 

Miers, Arthur, The Infirmary, Leeds. 

Milne, Alexander, B., The Infirmary, Dewsbury. 

Miall, P. E., 150, Manniugham Lane, Bradford. 

Moloney, Patrick J., Dungarvan, Co. Waterford; Alexandra Hotel, Harro¬ 
gate. 

Moyiiihan, Berkeley G. A., M.B. ,Lond., Millgarth Street, Leeds. 

Moore, Surgeon-General Sir William, 15, Portland Place, London ; Queen’s 
Hotel. 

Mutlat, D., M.B., 4, Walworth Terrace, Glasgow ; West Riding Hotel. 
Morrison, J. H., M.D., Perth ; Queen’s Hotel. 

Moore, S., M.D., West End House, Holbeck, Leeds. 

Morris, W. J., Portmadoc ; Great Northern Hotel. 

Morris, E., M.D., Spalding; Thomas Lawson, Esg., Newton Hall. 

Morgan, F., Ufifculme, Devon ; Queen’s Hotel. 

Morley, R. B., 2, Westfield Terrace, Chapel-Allerton, Leeds. 

Morton, T. H., M.D., Don House, Brightside, Sheffield. 

Morgan, W. F., 106, West Street, Leeds. 

Monks, E. H., 29, Alexandra Road, Southport; Headingley Road, Leeds. 
Moore, W. W., M.D., Brighton; Great Northern Station Hotel. 

Musgrave, Frederick B., 1, Brunswick Place, Leeds. 

Musgrave, F. E., M.B , 179, Belle Vue Road, Leeds. 

Murphy, J., M. D., Sunderland ; c/o J. Geig, Headingley Hill. 

Murray, J., M.B.,Cam., Surgeon 1st Vol. Batt. King’s Own R.L.E., 

16, Hartington Street, Barrow-in-Furness; Bull and IMouth Hotel. 
Murray, J., M.B., H.M. Prison, Wakefield. 




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Myrtle, A. S., M.D., Harrogate. 
Myrtle, J. A., Harrogate. 


I Nairne, J. Stuart, 12, Royal Crescent, Crossbill, Glasgow ; Bernard 
Evans, Esq., Seacroft Lodge, near Leeds. 

Naylor, J. H., Wesley House, Low Moor, near Bradford; Mechanics’ 
Institute. 

Newstead, G., Ecclesliill, near Bradford. 

Newton, G., Diikinfield Lodge, Hukinfield. 

Bruce Street, New Wortley. 

Newstead, Charles Vincent, 40, Headingley Lane, Leeds. 

{ Needham, Frederick, M. D., Barnwood House, Gloucester; F. W. Lawson, 
Esq., Adel, Leeds. 

I Nickols, Thomas, New Wortley. 

I Nicholson, A., Woodhouse Hall, East Ardsley, Wakefield ; Dr. Kershaws, 
j Nowell, James, Melbourne House, Roth well, Leeds. 

Nuttall, Ratcliffe, Bank House, Bradford. 

Nunneley, J. A., M.B., 22, Park Place, Leeds. 


Oakley, John, Holly House, Halifax; Mechanics’Institute. 

O’Dwyer, Brigade Surgeon F. F., M.D., Medical Staff, Queen’s University, 
Ireland, Malta; Golden Lion Hotel, 2, Briggate, Leeds. 

Oliver, Matthew Jas., M. B., 19, Clarendon Place, Leeds. 
Oldham, C., 1, Brunswick Place, Brighton ; Great Northern Hotel. 

O’Neill, H., M.D.,6, College Square East, Belfast; Imperial Hotel, Briggate. 
Ozaime, Glenmae, Public Hospital, B. Guiana ; Earlsboro’ House, Harro¬ 
gate. 


Parry, T. W., Ferndale, Glamorganshire, Great Northern Hotel. 

Parsons, C., M.D., Dover ; Mr. Wheelhouse, Hillary Place. 

Parson, K., M.D., 9, Collingham Place, London, S.W. ; c/o. Peter Nussey. 
Esq., Springville, Headingley. 

I Patton, A., M.B., Farnham House, Fingley ; Dr. Hunter, Pudsey. 

Parkinson, C. H. W., Wimborne Minster, Dorset, 
j Paley, R., M.D., Yore Bank, Pipon ; Victoria Hotel. 

I Parsons, John, Burnley, Lancashire ; Mrs. Brown’s, 10, Lyddon Terrace. 

I Partington, W., Lennox House, Tunstall, Staffs. ; The Ferns. West Villas, 
j Stockton-on-Tees. 

i Parker, Rushton, MB., 59, Rodney Street, Liverpool; Grove Cottage, 

I North Lane, Roundhay. 

I Parsons, Francis, West Worthing, 
j Pearson, Albert E. A., Public Dispensary, Leeds. 

I Pearse, W., St. Teedy, Bodmin; Great Northern Station Hotel. 

I Penny, J. C., M.D., Deputy Surgeon-General, Grindlay and Co., 55, 
Parliament Street, London ; Great Northern Hotel. 

Percival, T., Knottingley; Chas. W’'atson, Burton Grange, Headingley. 








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Philpots, H., M.B., Oxton, Birkenhead ; Albany House, Ilkley. 

Pirie, G. A., M.B., 43, Tay Street, Dundee. 

Pilcher, W. J., Boston, Lincolnshire ; 6, St. Chad’s Villas, Far Headingley,. 
Leeds. 

Pickles, John J., 105, Camp Road, Leeds. 

Pope, Edward, Trenge, Herts. 

Powell, S., M.D., 7, Thayer Street, Manchester Square, London, \V. 
Elinet Hall. 

Powell R. D., M.D., 62, Wiinpole Street; Great Xorthern Hotel. 

Pope, H, B., M.D., Kington. Herefordshire ; 8, Mount Preston. 

Pogson, Win., The Grange, Seacroft. 

Poole, Surgeon-Major, M.D., Upper Norwood, London ; 17, Virginia RoaiL 
Pope, Edward, Tring, Herts.; Trevelyan Hotel. 

Porter, William Smith, ]M. D., Glossop Road, Sheffield ; 19, Queen Street^ 
Leeds. 

Prankerd, O. R., M.D., Brighton; 74, Fenton Street. 

Preston, F., Bethnall Green Workhouse. E. ; Wordsworth House, Oak 
Lane, Bradford. 

Purdy, James Robert, M.B., Springwell Grange, Oulton, Leeds ; Dr. C.. 
M. Chadwick, 3, Park Square, Leeds. 


Ramsden, H. Dobcross, Saddleworth. 

Rattray, John Moysey, M.B., Rook Lane House, Froine, Somerset: 22,. 

Springfield Place. 

Rabagliati, M., M. D., Bradford. 

Rawson, E. E., Thornton, near Bradford. 

Rentoul, R. R., M.D., Hartington Road, Liverpool; Great Xorthern Hotel. 
Reed, T. A., Official Reporter, British Medical Journals Rusholine, Surbi¬ 
ton ; Park Hotel. 

Rhodes, G. vS., Saltburn-by-the-Sea ; Wonoak, Harrogate. 

Richards, J. P., The County Asylum, Hanwell; Queen’s Hotel. 

Ricketts, James, Ashgarth, Pannal Ash, Harrogate. 

Richardson, William James, M. B., 16, Queen Street, Keighley. 

Richardson, Charles, Wintoun House, Xorth Street, Leeds. 

Ritchie, T., Otley. 

Rivington. W., 22, Finsbury Square, London; Bank House, Morley. 
Robinson, J., Frodsham, Cheshire ; T. Mayor, Hilboro, Sheffield. 

Royston, C., M.D., 1, St. Stephen’s Crescent, Westbourne Park, London.* 
.; Hydropathic Establishment, Harrogate. 

Roe, E. A. H., Surgeon Major, M.D., Bally Connell, Ireland ; Golden Lion. 
Hotel. 

Roberts, A., M D., Oaklands, Keighley. 

Robinson, M., Surgeon-^vlajor, Carleton Road, Pontefract. 

Routh, C. H. F., M.D., 52, Montague Square, London, W. ; Queen’s 
Hotel, Leeds. 

Roberts, Edwin, 3, Chorley Lane, Leeds. 

Robson, A. W, Mayo, Hillary Place, Leeds. 

Rowe, Geo. Herbert, Hillary Place, Leeds. 



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Iloper, Herbert John, 4, Spencer Place, Roundliny Road, Leeds. 

Roulston, William, Southgate, Wakefield. 

Robertshaw, David, M.B., Crail, Fife; W.R. Asylum. Wakefield. 

Roberts, Sir. W., 8, Manchester Square, London ; Queen’s Hotel. 

I Robinson, E., 42, Park Square, Leeds. 

Robinson, H., Alma House, Barnsley ; 48, Ella Street, Leeds. 

Roberts, R., Portmadoc, North Wales ; Great Northern Hotel. 

Robertson, J. A., M.D., Stilton, Peterborough ; Commercial Hotel, Albion 
Street. 

Rumbolt, S., Belgaund House, Leeds. 

Rugg, G. P., M.D., London ; 17, Cromer Terrace. 

I Russell, William, M.D., Edinburgh ; Victoria Hotel. 

I Rygate, J. R,, Wer ton-Ley land, Bridgwater. 


Sales, H. Harlow, 17, Harrison Street, Leeds. 

Sankey, Rd. Hy. Heurtley, Littlemore, Oxford ; 2, Alexandra Terrace, 
Harrogate. 

Salisbury, Chas. Ramsden, 32, Park Square, Leeds. 

Saundby, R., M.D., 83a, Edmund Street, Birmingham ; c/o Dr, Eddison, 
Park Place, Leeds. 

Scattergood, A. K., 1. Blenheim Square, Leeds. 

Scattergood, Thomas, 41, Park Square, Leeds. 

Scurrield, H., M.D., Sunderland; 19, Clarendon Place. 

Scott, G. R. S., Ridgefield, North Hill Road. 

Scatchard, Thomas Edward, Boston Spa. 

Sergeant, Joseph S., Great Horton. Bradford. 

Sellers, Arthur Edward, Grove Place, Dalton, Huddersfield; Ida 
Hospital, Horsforth. 

Sheen, A,, M.D., Cardiff; Great Northern Hotel, till Wednesday after¬ 
noon. 

Sharpies, T., Dardsley, Tostock Hall; Griffin Hotel. 

Shives, J., M.D., Liversedge. 

Sharpe, Geo. W., Croft House, Farnley, Leeds. 

Shirley, Matthew, Beeston Hill, Leeds. 

Shuttleworth, Geo. Ed., M.D., Royal Albert Asylum, Lancaster; Granby 
Hotel, Harrogate. 

Sibley, S. W., 7, Harley Street, London, W. ; Arthur Lupton, Esq., 
Roundhay. 

Sibthorpe, C., Brigade Surgeon I.M.S. Madras, Professor of Surgery, 
Madras Med. Coll., 36, Upper Leeson St., Dublin; J. R. Ford, Esq., 
Quarry Hall, Weetwood. 

Skipton, Samuel Stacy, M.D., 4, Highfield Terrace, Leopold Street, TiCed.'^, 

Smith, P. C., M.D., Cidlunor, Motherwell, N.B. 

Smith, W. J., Packgate, Rotherham, and Boston Spa, Yorks. 

Smyth, J., Pudsey, near Leeds. 

Smith, W., M.D., 2, Stanhope Terrace, Gloster Gate, N.W. 

Smith, D. T., M.B., 2, Fishergate Hill, Preston; 22, Warwick Place, 
Leeds. 


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Smailes, Robert, Carlton Lodge, Leeds. 

Smith, Robert Percy, M.D., Bethlem Royal Lfospital, St. George’s Road. 

London, S.E., c,'o Dr. J. G. McDowalL^Menston Asylum. 

SmeetoE, Chas. W., Leeds Public Dispensary. 

Smith, Henry Archbald, 2, Victoria Terrace, Far Headingley. 

Smith, S. C., M.D., Halifax. 

Snow, W. V., M.D., 2, Richmond Gardens, Bournemouth ; Great Northern 
Hotel. 

Somerville, R., M.D., Galashiels, N.B. ; N. E. Station Hotel, Harrogate. 
Solomon, J. V., Birmingham ; 6, De Grey Road. 

Spence, W. J., Syston, Leicester ; Elmleigh, Ilkley. 

Square, J. E., Plymouth ; Great Northern Station Hotel. 

Stainthorpe, T.. M.D., Hexliam ; 8, Warwick Place, Leeds. 

Stevenson, R., March Villa, Roth well, Leeds. 

Stanger, G. E., 82, Brook Green, London, W.; 29, Sholebroke Avenue. 
Stamp, W. D., Ridgeway House, Plympton, S. Devon; Great Northern 
Station Hotel. 

Stockwell, F., M.D., Bruton, Somerset ; Queen’s Hotel. 

Steele, S. T., Manor House, Morley, near Leeds. 

Stevens, G., Norton, Bury St. Edmonds; Imperial Hotel. 

Stevenson, G., M.D., Stretford, Manchester. 

Strange. W., M. D., Worcester ; 9, Spring Road, Headingley. 

Storry, Frederic William, Lansdown, Stroud; 19, Queen Street, Leeds. 
Statter, W. Aked, Thornhill House, Wakefield. 

Steel, Arthur Robert, Fern Villa, Belle Vue, Wakefield. 

Stack, Edward C., Stanningley. 

Stanger, W., St. John’s Towers, Wakfield. 

Steedman, P. A., Harewood, Leeds. 

Stokes, Sir W., Dublin, 38, Cookridge Street. 

Suit, L., Birmingham ; Queen’s Hotel. 

Sutton, F., Willingham-by-Stow, Gainsborough : 23, Clover Terrace, Leeds 
Summerskill, Wm., 24(5, Meanwood Road, Leeds. 

Sweeting, R. D. R, Western Fever Hospital, Fulham, S.W. ; Carrfield 
House, Camp Road. 

Sykes, W., Mexborough, nr. Rotherham. 

Symes, E W., M.D. Hope Hall, Halifax; c'o Mrs. Heaton, Claremont, 
Leeds. 

Sympson, Thomas, Lincoln ; Great Northern Station Hotel. 

Sympson, E. M., 3, James Street, Lincoln ; J. B. Carter, Elm House, 
Chapel-Allerton. 


Taylor, J., Hay garth House, Chester ; Great Northern Hotel. 

Taylor, George Stamp, Clifton House, Beeston Hill, Leeds. 

Teale, Thomas Pridgin, M.B., 38, Cookridge Street, Leeds. 

Thimbleby, J., Spilsby, Manchester; Trevelyan Hotel. 

Thresh, J. C., M.B., Victoria Park, Manchester; 7, Hanover Square, 
Leeds. 

Thompson, E., 72, Lofthouse Place. Leeds. 



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Thomas, G. D., M.D., Park Tiodge, Paddington ; Great Northern Hotel. 

Thompson, J. T., M.B., 23, Charles Street, Cardiff; Settle, Yorkshire. 

Thompson, W., Public Dispensary, Leeds. 

Thompson, Walter, General Infirmary, Leeds. 

Thompson, S. M., 34, Harcourt Street, Dublin ; Wellfinld House, Pochdale. 

Thorp, C. W., Dobroyd, Todmorden ; Great Northern Station Hotel. 

Towance, D. W., M.B., 3, Albion Crescent, Dovvan Hill, Glasgow 
Wm. Harvey, Esq., Spring Bank, Headingley. 

Tomlinson, Edward Denham, M.D., Brigade-Surgeon, St. James’s Road, 
Upper Dorking; 1, Hillary Street, Leeds. 

Tordoff, Hardy, St. Paul’s Street, Leeds. 

Trotter, Walter Octavius, Pocklington, Yorks.; W. Powells, Esq., 4, 
Queen Square. 

Trend, Theopliilus Wm., M.D., Southampton; 1, Fairfield Villas, East 
Parade Harrogate. 

Trevelyan, Edmond F,, M.D., Leeds General Infirmary. 

Turner, Alfred, M.B., West Riding Asylum, Menston, near Leeds. 

Tuke, D. H., M.D., Lyndon Lodge, Hanwell, W. ; W. R. Asylum, Wake¬ 
field. 

Underhill, A. S., M.D., Great Bridge, Tepton ; W. Cooke, Esq., Moortown. 


Vaughan, H., M.B., 25, Harley Street, W. ; Chapel-Allerton. 


Walker, J. E., Park House, Lindley, Huddersfield. 

Wallace, F., 96, Cazenooeks, London, N. ; Great Northern Hotel. 

Watkins, R. W., Towcester. 

Warden, Charles, M.D., 4, Greenfield Crescent, Edgbaston. Birmingham 
Imperial Hotel, Leeds. 

Walker, W., M.D., Redcar ; Albion Hotel. 

Watkins, J. W., M.D., Newton-le-Willows, Lancs. 

Walker, A W. H., M.D., Argyle House, Harrogate. 

Wallace, W., M.B., Westfield House, Shawlands; Ilkley Wells House, 
Ilkley. 

Ward, Edward, M.B., 22, Park Place, Leeds. 

Walker, Thomas, The Elms, Wakefield. 

Ward, J. Bywater, M.D, Warneford Asylum, Oxford; 32, Hyde Terrace,. 
Leeds. 

Ward, William Simpson, Hunslet Road, Leeds. 

Walker, Henry Seeker, The Elms, Wakefield. 

Walters, Charles A., Wharfedale House, Cheltenham ; Red House, Ponte¬ 
fract, and 8, Springfield Place. 

Walker, E., M.B., 23, New North Road, Huddersfield. 

Walker, J. B., M.D., The Sycamores, Golcar, near Huddersfield. 

Wallace, A., M.D., Wellfield House, Rochdale. 

Walker, R. F., Leeds Infirmary. 

Webb, W., M.D., Wirksworth, Derbyshire ; Queen’s Hotel. 




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White, H. W., Greeiibank, Leeds Eoad, Bradford. 

Whitelegge, Arthur, M.I)., 13, Belgrave Square, Nottingham. 
Wheelhouse, Claudius Galen, Hillary Place, Leeds. 

Whitham, John H., M.D., 151, Roundhay Koad, Leeds. 

White, J., Nottingham ; Queen’s Hotel. 

Wigin, G. W., Methley, Leeds. 

Wiglesworth, J., M.D., Rainhill, Lancs. ; Imperial Hotel. 

Williams, W. T., Kings Sutton, Banbury ; 93, Caledonian Road. 

Winkfield, A., 26, Beaumont Street, Oxford; Crofton Hall, Wakefield. 
Williamson, G. E., 22, Eldon Square, Newcastle-on-Tyne ; Great Northern 
Hotel. 

Williams, D., M.D., 25, Old Burlington Street, London; 5, Wellclose 
Place, Carlton Hill. 

Willcox, R. L., Warminston, Wilts. ; 23, Park Square, Leeds. 

Wilson, T., Wallsend-on-Tyne; Trevelyan Hotel. 

AVigg, T. C., M.D., Derby ; Midland Hotel. 

AVise, Robert Stanton, M. D., Banbury ; Grace Street, Leeds. 

AViley, E. 0., Knaresbro’. 

AA^ood, J. C., 32, Frederick Street, Sunderland ; Griffin Hotel. 

AVoodhead, G. S., IM.D., 6, Marchhall Crescent, Edinburgh ; Sougdenholme, 
Huddersfield. 

AVoods, Hugh, M.D., Highgate, London. 

AA^right, Charles James, Lynton \ illa, ATrginiaRd., Leeds. 

AVrench, E. M. ,Baslow, Derbyshire. 

AA’^ylie, AA^illiam, M.D., Dymley House, Skipton. 


Yelf, R- E. B., M.B., Moretou-in-Marsh ; Gloucestershire. 

Young, G. E., M.D., Grosvenor Lodge, Headingley, Leeds, 

Y^oung, G. AA"., County Councillor, AA'est Riding, Woodhouse Hall, East 
Ardsley; Dr. Kershaw, Bruce Street, New AA^ortley. 




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British) JHcUical Association 


FIFTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL MEETING. 

LEEDS, 1S89. 


2)ail^ journal. 

No. 3. 

Thursday Morning, August 15th. 


Access to Sectional Rooms, etc. 
Agenda ... 

Annual Museum. 

Badges, Officers. 

Clubs, etc., open to Members 

Entertainments. 

Excursions (Saturday) ... 
Excursions and Visits ... 

G eneral Arrangements ... 
General and Special Meetings 
Irish Graduates’ Association 
Ladies, Arrangements for 
List of Members 
Local Committees 
Luncheon . 


Medical Sickness, Annuity and 
Life Assurance Society 
New Sydenham Society 
Officers of the Association 
Postal and Telegraph Office 
Programme of Proceedings 
Programme of To-day .. 
Railway Arrangements 
Readers of Addresses ... 
Reception Room 
Rules for the conduct of Annual 

Meetings . 

Sectional Arrangements 
Short Excursions 

Telephone . 

Tram Cars . 


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THE IDEAL FORM OF COD-LIVER OIL. 


“ Patients unable to tolerate the purest and most carefully 
prepared Cod-Liver Oil can readily digest and assimilate it when 
combined with Maltine .”—British Medical Journal. 

The following points differentiate Maltine with God-Liver 
Oil from all other preparations of oil and malt:— 

1. Owing to the discovery of a special process, we are able 
to combine, in a stable form, a larger quantity of the oil with the 
malt than is done in any other preparation. 

2. At the same time, the presence of the oil is disguised with 
absolute success. This cannot be predicated of any other product. 

3. The combination is far more intimate; consequently the 
oil is more digestible. 

4. The superiority of Maltine in albuminoids, makes this com¬ 
bination the most flesh-forming preparation of Cod-Liver Oil, 

A few words may not be amiss regarding the use which is 
now generally made of Maltine with Cod-Liver Oil by the Pro¬ 
fession. 

In phthisis its action is most marked, alleviating the cough, 
increasing the body-weight, improving the general health of the 
patient, and retarding the pulmonic disorganisation. It is found 
most useful in convalescence from acute general disease, in 
chronic inflammations, and in the sequelm of acute specific disease. 
It is very serviceable in scrofula, chronic rheumatism, and 
chronic skin affections. When the nutritive process begins to 
flag, as in the case of old people, Maltine with Cod-Liver Oil pro¬ 
motes that function, and generally when the patient is feeble, and 
presents a condition of depraved nutrition, Maltine with Cod- 
Liver Oil is prescribed with advantage. 

We shall be pleased to send Specimens free of charge to 
Medical Men- 

The word “ MALTINE ” is our Registered Trade Mark. 

In Prescribing kindly specify “ The Maltine Manufacturing Company.” 


THE MALTINE MANUFACTURING COMPANY, Ld, 

24 and 25, HART STREET, BLOOMSBURY, 

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President. 

0. G. WHEELHOUSE, F.R.O.S., J.P., Consulting Surgeon, 
Leeds General Infirmary. 

President-Eieet- 


President of the Council. 

THOMAS BRIDGWATER, M.B., J.P., Harrow-on-the-Hill. 
Ireasurer. 

CONSTANTINE HOLM AN, M.D., J.P., Reigate. 

Editor of the ‘‘ British Medicab Journal-” 
ERNEST HART, Esq,., 429, Strand, London, W.C. 

General Secretary- 

FRANCIS FOWKE, Esq., 429, Strand, London, W.C. 


Readers of Addresses- 

An Address in Medicine will be delivered by J. Hughlings 
Jackson, M.D., LL.D., F.R.S., Physician to the London Hos¬ 
pital, and to the National Hospital for Paralysed and Epileptic, 
Queen Square, W.C. 

An Address in Surgery will be delivered by T. Pridgin Teale, 
M.B., F.R.C.S., P.R.S., Consulting Surgeon to the Leeds 
General Infirmary, Leeds. 

An Address in Psychology will be delivered by SlR J. 
Crichton Browne, M.D., LL.D., F.R.S., Lord Chancellor’s 
Visitor in Lunacy, London. 

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Socal (Exi'cutipc dommittee. 


Mr. C. G. VVheelhouse, President- 
Elect. 

Mr. Wm. Hall, Hon. Treasurer. 
!Mr. Edward Atkinson, 

Dr. A. G. Barrs. 

Dr. James Braithwaite. 

Mr. J. B. Carter. 

Dr. T. Churton. 

Mr. H. W. Coleman. 

Mr. E. O. Croft. 

Dr. J. E. Eddison. 

Dr. Fred. Hall. 

Dr. E. H. Jacob. 


Mr. T. R. Jessop. 

Mr. J. S. Loe. 

Mr. A. F. McGill. 

Mr. J. A. Nunneley. 

Mr. C. Richardson, 

Mr. A. W. Mayo Robson 
Mr. T. Scattergood. 

Mr. H. A. Smith. 

Mr. T. Pridgin Teale. 

Mr. Chas. J. Wright, ' 

Dr. C. M. Chadwick, 

Mr. Herbert Rowe, 


Hon. Local 
Secretaries, 


SUB-COMMITTEES. 


Ex-ojfficio members oj all Sub-Committees. 

Mr C. G. Wheelhouse, President- i Mr. Chas J. Wright, ) r / 

Elect. Dr. C. M. Chadwick, f ^on. Local 

Mr. Wm. Hall, Hon. Treasurer. I Mr. Herbert Rowe, ) ^ocretaries. 


RECEPTION SUB COMMITTEE. 


Dr. J. E. Eddison, Chairman. 

Mr. A. W. Mayo Robson, Sec¬ 
retary. 

Dr. T. Wardrop Griffith. 


Mr. Edwin Roberts 
Mr. T. Scattergood. 
Mr. T. Pridgin Teale, 


PRINTING AND PUBLISHING SUB-COMMITTEE. 

The Honorary Local Secretaries. 

MUSEUM SUB-COMMITTEE. 

Dr. T. Churton, Chairman. 

Dr. E. H. Jacob, Secretary. 

Section A.—Food and Drugs, in charge of Dr. J. B. Hellier and Mr. 
C. V. Newstead. 

Section B.—Pathology, in charge of Dr. J. Dobson and Dr. E. H, Jacob. 
Section C. —Anatomy and Physiology, in charge of Dr. de Burgh Birch 
and Dr. T. Wardrop Griffith. 

Section D.—Instruments and Books, in charge of Mr. W. H. Brown 
and Mr. Frank H. Mayo. 

Section E. —Sanitary and Ambulance Appliances, in charge of Mr. R. N. 
Hartley and Mr. J. S. Loe 









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LOCAL ENTERTAINMENT SUB-COMMITTEE. 


Mr. John A. Nunneley, Chairman. 
Mr. H. Archbold Smith, Secre¬ 
tary. 

Mr. A. T. Bacon. 

Dr. James Braithwaite. 


Mr. W. H. Brown. 

Mr. H. W. Coleman. 
Mr. W. Bevan Lewis. 
Mr. Edmund Robinson. 


EXCURSIONS SUB-COMMITTEE. 


Mr. C. Richardson, Chairman. 
Dr. O. M. Chadwick, Secretary. 
Mr. H. W. Coleman. 


Dr. Fred. Hall. 
Mr. J. G. Nevitt. 


DINNER AND LUNCHEONS SUB-COMMITTEE. 

Mr. T. R. Jessop, Chairman. Mr. J. B. Carter. 

Mr. Herbert Rowe, Secretary. Mr. A. F. McGill. 

Dr. A. G. Barrs. 

SOIREE SUB-COMMITTEE. 


Mr. Edward Atkinson, Chairman. 
Dr. A. G. Barrs, Secretary. 

Dr. de Burgh Birch. 

Dr. J. E. Eddison. 


Mr. H. Bendelack Hewetson. 
Mr. F. Holmes. 

Mr. J. S. Loe. 

Mr. Edward Ward. 


GENERAL PURPOSES, HOTELS, LODGINGS, ETC., 
SUB-COMMITTEE. 

Mr. Chas. J. Wright, Chairman. I Mr. J. B. Hargreaves. 

Mr. E. 0. Croft, Secretary. Mr. J. J. Pickles. 

Mr. John Hallilay. 1 Mr. G. Stamp Taylor. 









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The Sectional Secretaries and Local Officers will wear Badges, thus:— 
Green — Secretaries ot Sections, with the rnitial letters of their respective 
•Sections—Medicine (M.), Surgery (S.), Obstetrics, &c. (O.), Public 
Medicine (P.M.), Psychology (Psy.)j Pathology and Physiology 
(P. P.), Ophthalmology (Oph.), Diseases of Children (C.)? Laryn¬ 
gology (L.), Otology (Ot.), Pharmacology and Therapeutics (P.T.) 

'Qluy.—S ecretaries of Sub-Committees —Reception (R.), Soiree (S.), Dinner 
(D.), Hotel and Lodgings (H.L.), Excursions (E.), Museums (M.), 
and Sections (Ma.), (Mb.), (Me.), (Md.), (Me.) respectively. 
The Stewards to the Conversazione and Dinner, and the gentlemen 
in charge of the various Excursions, will also wear Badges. 

Honorary Local Secretaries (Hon. Sec.) 


\Honorary Local Treasurer (T.) 


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(Bmeral 21rr:angement5. 


All General Meetings of the Association will be held in the Coliseum, 
in Cookridge Street, and the Public Medicine Section will meet at the 
Philosophical Hall, in Park Row. With these two exceptions, the whole 
of the work of the Meeting will be done in the Mechanics’ Institute and 
adjoining School of Science. 


THE RECEPTION ROOM 


Will be found by turning to the right on entering the Mechanics' Institute 
by the principal door in Cookridge Street. It will be open on Monday, 
August 12th, from 12 o’clock noon until 8 p.m., and during the rest of the 
Meeting from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. 


POST AND TELEGRAPH OFFICE. 

Telegraphic Address :—“ Congress,” Leeds. 

A special office will be open until 7 p.m. each day during the Meeting in 
the basement of the Mechanics’ Institute (down the left-hand staircase 
opposite the principal entrance). Members are particularly requested to 
ask at the Post Office for letters and telegrams. Each morning lists will 
be posted up of the names of those for whom letters and telegrams 
received the previous day are waiting. The Letter-box is in the passage 
outside the Post Office. 

TELEPHONE. 

On the Ground Floor, Mechanics’ Iiistitute. Exchange, No. 600. (See Plan.) 

READING AND WRITING ROOMS 

Are provided on the First Floor of the Mechanics’ Institute, and are most 
easily reached by the staircase near the Reception Room door. 


LUNCHEON ROOM 

In the Crypt of the Mechanics’ Institute. Luncheon will be provided at a 
cost of 2s. 6d., from 12 to 3 o’clock daily. 


SMOKING ROOM 

On the First Floor of the Mechanics’ Institute. (Staircase near Medicine 
Section Room, Special Entrance, Vernon Street). 


NEWSPAPER STALL. 

Messrs. Goodall and Suddick will supply a Newspaper Stall, which will 
be found immediately on the right inside the principal entrance of the 
Mechanics’ Institute. London Papers will arrive at 10.10 a.m. 





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LADIES’ ROOM AND CLOAK ROOM 
(With Attendant), 

On the First Floor of the Mechanics’ Institute (special entrance, Vernon 
Street). 


DRESSING ROOM. 

Arrangement for the above, from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., has been made at the 
Trevelyan Hotel, Roar Lane, at a charge of 1/- each member making use 
of it. Dressing Bags may be left in charge of the Manager. 





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TXccess to Sectional ZTleeting Kooms, etc. 


In consequence of the narrowness of the passages in the Mechanics 
Institute and School of Science, and especially of the single one which 
forms the sole means of communication between these two buildings, 
Members are particularly requested to consult the Table given below, and as 
far as possible to enter by the door, the name of which is placed opposite 
the room they wish to reach. 


SECTIONS. 


Building. Floor. 

A. Medicine .Mechanics’ Institute.. Ground .. 

B. Surgery.School of Science .. First 

C. Obstetric Medicine .. .. Mechanics’ Institute.. First 


D. Public Medicine .. .. Philosophical Hall .. 

E. Psychology . .. .. School of Science .. Ground .. 

F. Pathology and Physiology .. „ .. First 

G. Ophthalmology .... „ .. Ground .. 

H. Diseases of Children .. .. „ .. „ 

I. Laryngology. „ .. „ .. 

J. Otology.Mechanics’Institute.. „ 

K. Pharmacology and Thera¬ 

peutics .School of Science .. First 


Door. 

Cookridge Street 

(Principal). 
Rossington Street. 
Cookridge Street. 

(Principal). 
In Park Row. 
Rossington Street. 


Cookridge Street 
(Principal). 


Rossington Street. 


MUSEUM, 


A. Food and Drugs .. .. Mechanics’ Institute.. 


B. Pathology . 

C. Anatomy and Physiology .. 

D. Instruments and Books 


I School of Science 
Mechanics’ Institute.. 


E. Sanitary and Ambulance 

Appliances .. .. School of Science 


Ground Cookridge Street 

Albert Hall (Principal). 

Second .. Rossington Street. 
Ground Cookridge Street 

Albert Hall (Principal), 

Basement Rossington Street. 


GENERAL ROOMS. 


Reception. 

Reading and Writing 

Ladies’ . 

Luncheon. 

rioak . 

Post and Telegraph Office 


Council Room 

Editor’s Room 
General Secretary’s Room 


Mechanics* Institute. 


Ground .. 

First .. 

(C^t) " 
Basement 


Cookridge Street 
(Principal). 

Vernon Street. 
Cookridge Street 
(Principal). 


OFFICIAL. 

Mechanics’ Institute.. Ground .. 

Cookridge Street 

School of Science .. „ 

(Principal). 
Rossington Street. 

Mechanics’Institute.. „ 

Vernon Street 


(2nd door). 


Local Secretaries’ Room ,. 






















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2lnnual ITluseum. 


In’ connection with the Fifty-seventh Annual Meeting of the British 
Medical Association, *he Museum and Exhibition will be held in the Albert 
Hall, and the Covered Play-ground and Chemical Laboratory of the Leeds 
School of Science (Mechanics’ Institute). 

The Museum will be arranged in the following sections :— 

Section A.—In the Albert Hall, Foods and Drugs, including Antiseptic 
dressings and other Chemical and Pharmaceutical preparations. Honorary 
Secretaries, Dr. J. Hellier, 1, De Grey Terrace, Leeds; Mr. C. V. Newstead, 
40, Headingley Lane, Leeds.) 

Section B.—In the Chemical Laboratory, Pathology, comprising casts, 
models, diagrams, apparatus, microscopical and spirit preparations, etc. 
Honorary Secretaries, Dr. J. Dobson, 27, Burley Lawn, Leeds ; Dr. E. H. 
Jacob, 12, Park Street, Leeds. 

Section C.—In the Chemical Laboratory, Anatomy and Physiology, 
comprising special dissections, methods of preparation, drawings, models, 
microscopes, microtomes, and microscopic preparations. Honorary Secre¬ 
taries, Physiology, Dr. De Burgh Birch, 16, De Grey Terrace, Leeds. 
Anatomy, Dr. Wardrop Griffith, 23, Park Square, Leeds. 

Section D. —In the Albert Hall, Instruments and Books, including 
appliances, medical, surgical, and electrical. Honorary Secretaries, Instru¬ 
ments, Mr. W. H. Brown, 19, Queen Street, Leeds. Books, Mr. F. H. 
Mayo, 49, Otley Road, Leeds. 

Section E.—In the Covered Play ground, School of Science, Sanitary 
and Ambulance Appliances. Honorary Secretaries, Sanitary, Mr. J. S. 
Loe, Grafton Street, I.eeds. Ambulance, Mr. R. H. Hartley, Blenheim 
Terrace, Leeds. 

Chairman, Museum Committee, T. Churton, M.D. 

Honorary Secretary, Ernest H. Jacob, M.D., 12, Park Street, Leeds. 

Communications on general matters connected with the Museum to be 
addressed to the Museum Secretary, Dr. Jacob, 12, Park Street, Leeds. 






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(Entertainments. 


THE ANNUAL DINNER 

Of the Association will be held in the Town Hall, on Thursday, August 
15th, at 7.30 p.m. Tickets, including wine, One Guinea; without wine, 
15s. Members are particularly requested to apply early for Tickets, and 
to choose their seats in the Reception Room. No Tickets will he sold after 
the Reception Room closes on Wednesday Evening. 

Tickets for Ladies wishing to attend the speeches may be obtained by 
members when purchasing their Dinner Tickets. 

(For late trains from Leeds see page 18.) 

CONVERSAZIONE, 

Given by the President and Local Executive Committee^in the Municipal 
Art Gallery, at 8.30 p.m., on Wednesday, August 14th. 

Invitation cards can be obtained by members in the Reception Room. 

The Guests are requested to observe the following arrangements :— 

1. Carriages to set down at the Calverley Street entrance. 

2. Admission Cards must be given up at the entrance. 

3. Cloak Room Arrangements : 

The Rate Office, exactly opposite to the Calverley Street entrance, 
will be used as the Gentlemen’s Cloak Room. The counter will be 
divided into ten sections, each section taking 100 guests, and being in 
charge of an attendant. The sections will be marked off by placards 
announcing the number to be taken in each section. 

Each Invitation or Admission Card will be accompanied by a 
double Cloak Room Ticket; and, on arriving, the guest will go to 
the section of the Cloak Room containing his number ; e g.^ the Cloak 
Room Ticket No. 407 will go to section 401-500 inclusive. One half 
of the ticket is to be retained by the guest, the other half to be 
given up with coats, &c. 

The same arrangements will be made in the Ladies’ Cloak Room. 

4. The President will receive the guests in the Stair-case Hall. 

5. Refreshments will be served in the North Room. 

6. The Entertainment by Mr. and Mrs. Upton and Mr. Laurence Kellie 

will be given in the Reading Room. 

CARRIAGE REGULATIONS. 

SETTING DOWN. 

Carriages will proceed by way of Park Lane to the Calverley Street 
entrance of the Municipal Buildings, and set down with horses’ heads to 
Great George Street, and will leave by Great George Street. 







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TAKING UP. 

Carriages will be parked in Victoria Square and adjacent streets, 
under the directions of the Police on duty, and will take up with horses’ 
heads towards Great George Street, and move off by Great George Street. 

GARDEN PARTIES. 

Thuksday, 4 to 6.30 p.m. A Garden Party will be given by Sir James 
Kitson, Bart., at Gledhow Hall. 

Friday, 4 to 6.30 p.m. A Garden Party will be given by Mr. T. R. 
Jessop, F.R.C.S., at Roundhay Mount. 

Carriages will be provided at 3.30, in Vernon Street; 
fare in both instances, 6d. for the single journey. 

The Headingley Tram-cars will also, by special arrangement, 
run through the town to Roundhay on both Thursday and 
Friday afternoons, beginning at 3.30 p.m., and then every 
15 minutes until 7 p.m. They will stop at the Mechanics’ 
Institute to take up passengers. 

4 to 6 P.M. A Garden Party will be given at the West 
Riding Asylum, Wakefield, by Mr. Be van Lewis, Medical 
Director. 

Train, 3.25 and 4.35 p.m., Great Northern Station, to West- 
gate, Wakefield. 

Saturday, 4 p. m. A Garden Party will be given by the Lord Bishop 
of Ripon and Mrs Carpenter, at the Palace, Ripon. This 
(warden Party is included in the programme of Excursion No. 
5, but the invitation is extended to all Members of the 
Association. 


AFTERNOON RECEPTIONS. 

Wednesday, 4.30 to 6 30 p.m. An Afternoon Reception will be given at 
the Yorkshire College, by The Most Hon. the Marquis of Ripon 
(President), Council, and Senate of the College. 

4 to 6.30. An Afternoon Reception, at the Carlton Barracks, 
will be given by Colonel Wilson and Ofl&cers of the 3rd 
Volunteer Battalion of the West Yorkshire Regiment to 
members who are or have been connected with any of the 
military services. 

Invitation Cards for the Garden Parties and Receptions can be 
obtained by members in the Reception Room. 

RECEPTION AND BALL. 

Friday, 8 p.m. The Mayor and Mayoress of Leeds (Alderman and 
Mrs. Ward) will give a Reception, followed by a Ball, in the 
Town Hall in honour of the Association. 

Members can obtain Invitation Cards in the Reception Room. 

No Cards will be issued after Thursday. 









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SHORT EXCURSIONS. 

MORNING DRIVES AND VISITS TO MANUFACTORIES, 
ETC. 


In order to facilitate the necessary arrangements for 
conveyance, members are particularly requested to 
enter their names in the Reception Room for the 
above as early as possible. 

Tickets must be obtained not later than the day 
previous to visit. 

Fares for circular visits to manufactories will be 
1/6, to be paid on taking ticket. 

Members are requested, when visiting manufac¬ 
tories, to take their Association Tickets, as in some 
instances they will be required for presentation. 


Wednesday- 

9.30 A.M.—Drive to Adel Church and Kirkstall Abbey. 

Conducted by the Vicar of Adel and Professoi* 
Ransome (Professor of Modern History at the 
Yorkshire College). Number unlimited. Fare 2/-, 
to be paid on taking ticket. 

No 1 Circular Visit (Number limited to 25). 

10 A.M. —12-30 P.M.—Visit to Messrs. Barran’s, Manufacturing 
Clothiers, Park Square and Woodhouse Square. 

Messrs. Cliff and Co.’s Works, Wortley 
(Pottery Works). 

Messrs. Pawson and Sons’ Works, Wortlejq 
Cloth Manufacturers. (Luncheon provided.) 

No. 2 Circular Visit (Number unlimited). 

10.30 A.M.—12.30p m.—Visit to Messrs. Fairbairn’s, Wellington Bridge. 
Flax, Machine, and Tool Makers. 

Messrs. Paul and Co., The “Oak” Tannery, 
Kirkstall Road. 

Messrs. McCorquodale and Co., Basinghall 
Street, Printers and Lithographers. 

No. 3 Circular Visit (Number limited to 125). 

10 a.m.— 2 p.m.—Messrs. Greenwood and Batley, Makers of 
Torpedoes, Ammunition, and Heavy Tools, Armley 
Road. (Luncheon provided for 100.) 

Messrs. Eyres and Co., Woollen Manufacturers, 
Armley. (Luncheon provided for 25.) 











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2.30—3 30 F.M. —Organ EeSital at Armley Churcli. 

3.30 P.M.— Afternoon Tea at Dr. Coleman’s, Armley. 

Excursion to Boroughbridge and Aldborough (the ancient city 
of Isurium). 

A party^ not exceeding 25 in number will leave Leeds, North Eastern 
Station, by the 11 a m. train for Boroughbridge. Conducted by Mr. 
A. D. H. Leadman, F.S.A. 

Luncheon will be provided by Mr. Lawson, Aldborough Manor. 


Ihursday, 

9.30 A.M.—Drive to Temple Newsam (the seat of the 
Hon. Mrs. Meynell Ingram), and Koundhay Park. 
Conducted by Mr. C. Richardson. Number Un¬ 
limited. Fare 1;6, to be paid on taking ticket. 

No. 1 Visit (Number unlimited). 

10—11 A.M. —Visit to the Farnley Iron Works. (Train 10.15 
a.m. L. & N. W. Railway to Wortley; return 11.5S 
a.m.) 

No. 2 Circular Visit (Number unlimited). 

10—12 a.m.—Visit to Messrs. Arthur and Co., Park Square, 
Manufacturing Clothiers. 

Messrs. J. Tetley and Sons’ Brewery. 

No. 3 Visit (Number limited to 100). 

10 A.M — 2 P.M. — Visit to Leeds Forge Co.’s Works. (Corrugated 
Boiler Flues, Fox’s Tyres, Extensive Water Gas 
Plant, &c.) (Luncheon provided.) 

No. 4 Circular Visit (Number limited to 40). 

10 —12 A.M.— Visit to Messrs. Crawford’s Mills, East Street. 
Woollen Manufacturers. 

Messrs. Elliott Hinchcliffe and Co.’s Mills. 
Woollen Manufacturers. 

Messrs. Taylor’s “ Clarence ” Ironworks. 
(Luncheon provided.) 

No. 5 Circular Visit (Number unlimited). 

10 A.M.—2 P.M. —Visit to Mr. Alf Cooke’s Colour Printing 
W^ORKS. 

Messrs. Tannett and Walker’s Ironworks. 
Messrs. Fowler and Co.’s Steam Plough Works. 


Visit to Menston Asylum. Train, Midland Kailway Station, 1.15 
p.m., to Guiseley. Return train, 3.24 or 6.24 p.m. from Guiseley. 






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Friday- 

9.30 A.M.—Drive to Harewood and Harewood House (the 
Seat of the Earl of Harewood). Conducted by Mr, 
P. A. Steedman, of Harewood, who invites the 
party to luncheon. Fare 2/-, to be paid on taking 
ticket. Number limited to 25. 

No. 1 Circular Visit (Number limited to 50). 

10—12 A.M.—Visit to Messrs. Buckley’s Works, Greek Street. 
Manufacturing Clothiers. 

The Burmantofts Pottery Company’s V orks. 
Makers of the ‘ ‘ Burmantofts Faience. ” 

Messrs. Lawson & Co.’s Foundry. (Refresh¬ 
ments provided.) 

No. 2 Visit (Number unlimited). 

11 A.M.— 2 p.m.—Visit to Messrs. Nichol’s Tannery. (Kirkstall 
Abbey also can be visited at same time.) 

No. 3 Circular Visit (Number unlimited). 

10 A.M. —2 p.M.—V isit to the Monk Bridge Ironworks. (Manu¬ 
facture of Steel, &c.) 

Messrs. Nichols & Beckworth, The “Joppa” 
Tannery. 

No. 4 Circular Visit (Number limited to 20). 

10 A.M. —2 p.m.—-Visit to Messrs. Manning & Wardle’s Engine 
Works, Hunslet. Luncheon provided. 

Messrs. Kitson’s Airedale Foundry. Loco¬ 
motive makers. 

No. 5 Visit (Number unlimited). 

12 A.M. —2 p.M.—V isit to Telephone Company’s Switch Room, 
Central Exchange, Park Row. Or on any other 
day at the same on’presentation of member’s card. 







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(general anb Special 2Tleetings. 


1. On Tuesday Evening, at 8.30, the President’s Address. Coliseum. 

2. On Wednesday, at 3 p.m., the Address in Medicine by J. Hughlings^ 

Jackson, M.D.,L.C.D.,F.R S. Coliseum. Presentation of Stewart 
Prize to Dr. E. Klein, F.R.S. 

3. On Thursday, at 3 p.m., the Address in Surgery by T. Pridgin Teale, 

M.A., F.R.S., F.R.C.S. Coliseum. 

4. On Friday, at 3 p.m., the Address in Psychology by Sir James 

(/richton Browne, M.D., F.R.S. Coliseum. 

EXHIBITION OF SURGICAL CASES. 

On Wednesd£\y, August 14th, from 4 to 5.30 pm., in the Central HaU of 
the Infirmary. 

The following jMeetings, by permission of the Council, will be held 
during the Annual Meeting :— 

THE MEDICAL SICKNESS, ANNUITY, AND LIFE ASSURANCE 
SOCIETY. I 

A Meeting will be held in the Philosophical Hall, on Wednesday, August J 
14th, at 2 o’clock p.m. ' 

IRISH MEDICAL SCHOOLS’ AND GRADUATES’ ASSOCIATION. 

The Summer Meeting will be held at 4.15 o’clock p.m. on Wednesday, 14th 
August, in the Philosophical Hall. 

ANATOMICAL SOCIETY. 

The Summer Meeting will be held in the Theatre of the Medical School, ' 
on Thursday, 15th August, at 4.30 p.m. < 

NEW SYDENHAM SOCIETY. 

The Annual Meeting of this Society will be held in the Middle Division 
Room, Mechanics’ Institute, on Friday, August 16th, at 9.30 a.m. 
(Special Entrance, Vernon Street.) 

BATHS. 

By the kind permission of the Directors, the Baths of the Oriental Bath 
Company, in Cookridge Street, will be open to Members during the week of 
the meeting on presentation of their cards of Membership, at the following 
reduced rates :— 

First-class Turkish Bath . Is. 6d. 

,, Warm Bath .. Os. 6d. 

,, Swimming Bath . Os. 6d. 


















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CLUBS OPEN TO MEMBERS OF THE ASSOCIATION. 


The Conservative Club, South Parade. On presentation of a card of a 
Member of the Club to be obtained iu the Reception Room. 

I The Liberal Club, Park Row. On presentation of their Association 

i Ticket. 

I The Royal Exchange Reading Room, Boar Lane, near the Queen’s 
j Hotel, is open to Members of the Association during the Meeting. 


RESTAURANTS. 
Powolny’s, Bond Street. 

Wood’s, Commercial Street. 

The Queen’s, Bishopgate Street. 
The Grand, Boar Lane. 

The Criterion, New Briggate. 


GRAND THEATRE. 

During the week, Mr. Arthur Roberts, with his Burlesque Company. 
Tickets may be obtained at Messrs. Ramsden’s, Park Row, and at the 
Theatre. 


ARRANGEMENTS FOR LADIES. 


A Ladies’ Room and Cloak-room, with attendant, is provided in the 
Mechanics’ Institute (special entrance—Vernon Street). Afternoon Tea 
will be provided each day in this room for Ladies and Members accom¬ 
panying them from 3.30 to 4.30 p.m. Ladies are invited to attend :— 

Tuesday, 4 p.m.— Service in the Parish Church, Sermon by the Bishop of 

Ripon. 

Wednesday, 4.30 to 6.30 p.m.— Reception at the Yorkshire College by 
the President, Council and Senate of the College. 

4 to 6.30 p.m.— Reception given by Colonel Wilson and the 
Officers, 3rd Vol. Batt. West Yorkshire Regiment, to Members 
in the Services at the Carlton Barracks. 

8.30 p.m. —Conversazione by the President of the Associa¬ 
tion and the Local Executive Committee in the Art Gallery 
and Municipal Buildings. 

Thursday, 4 to 6.30 p.m.— Garden Party at Gledhow Hall, given by Sir 
James Kitson, Bart. 

9 P.M. —The Speeches after the Annual Dinner in the Town 
Hall. Light Refreshments and seats on the orchestra will be 
provided. Tickets for Ladies may be obtained by Members 
when purchasing their Dinner tickets. 









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Fjriday, 4 to 6.30 p.m. —Garden Party at Roundhay Mount, given by 
T. R. Jessop, F.R.C.S.Eng. 

4 to 6 p.M.— Garden Party at the West Riding Asylum, 
Wakefield. 

8 p.M.— Reception and Ball by the Mayor of Leeds, in the 
Town Hall. 

Saturday, Excursions (see page 20). 

4 p.M.— Garden Party, given by the Lord Bishop of Ripon 
and Mrs. Carpenter, at The Palace, Ripon. 

Daily.— Short Excursions to places of interest in the neighbourhood, 
manufactories, etc. (see page 13). 

The Baths of the Oriental Bath Company are, by kind permission 
of the Directors, open to Ladies presenting a card to be 
obtained in the Ladies’ Room, at the following reduced 
rates : — 

First-class Turkish Bath, open 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Is. 

First-class Swimming Bath, on Thursday, 9.30 a.m. to 3 p.m., Cd. 


RAILWAY ARRANGEMENTS. 


Members of tlie Association, on application at the booking oJQSce at 
Leeds, and on production of their cards of Membership, can have issued to 
them return tickets at single fares, available from Leeds to any station 
within a radius of fifty miles. The same facilities will be afforded to ladies 
accompanying Members. Periodical tickets (first class) to Harrogate or 
Ilkley, available for seven days, will be issued to Members of the 
Association at a charge of 10s., each on production of the voucher above 
named. These facilities will apply strictly to Leeds, and there will be 
no reduction in the fares charged to the Members of the Association on, 
their journey to Leeds for the Meeting. 


LATE TRAINS FROM LEEDS. 


Central Station 

G.N. 10-0 P.M. Ardsley, Wakefield, Doncaster, Bawtry, Retford, &c. 
G.N. 10-0 P.M. (Tuesday only.) Ossett, Dewsbury, Batley. 

G.N. 10-5 P.M. Armley, Bramley, Stanningley, Bradford. 

G.N. 10-10 P.M. (Not on Tuesday.) Ardsley, Stanley, Methley, 
Castleford. 

G.N. 10-35 P.M. Lowmoor and Halifax. 

L. & Y. 10-45 P.M. Lowmoor and Halifax. 

G.N. 10.40 P.M. Armley, Bramley, Stanningley, Bradford. 

G.N. 10-50 P.M. (Tuesday only.) Ardsley, Stanley, Methley, 
Castleford. 

G.N. 11-20 P.M. Ardsley, Wakefield, Doncaster. 






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Midland Station :— 

10-0 p.M. Normanton, Sheffield, Chesterfield, Derby, &c. 

10-10 p.M. Bradford (express). 

10 23 P.M. Armley, Kirkstall, Newlay, Calverley, Apperley, Shipley, 
Bradford, Bingley, Keighley. 

10-45 P.M. Shipley, Bradford, Bingley, Keighley, Skipton. 

10-45 P.M. Shipley, Guiseley, Menston, Burley, Ilkley. 

10- 50 p.M. Woodlesford, Methley, Normanton. 

11- 15 p.M. Bradford (express). 

11-18 p.M. Armley, Kirkstall, Newlay, Calverley, Shipley, Brad¬ 
ford. 

11-38 p.M. Normanton, Sheffield, Derby. 

New Station :— 

L. & N. W. 9-30 p.M. Dewsbury Huddersfield, Madchester. 

N.E. 10-55 p.M. Cross Gates, Garforth, Selby, Hull. 

L. & N. W. 11-0 P.M. Morley, Batley, Dewsbury, Huddersfield. 
N.E. 11-5 p.M Horsforth, Arthington, Harrogate. 

N.E. 11-10 P.M. York (express). 

N.E. 2-14. A.M. York, Scarbro’, Whitby, &c. 


CAB FARES. 

By Distance.— For any number of persons not exceeding five, for the 
first mile, one shilling : for every additional quarter of a mile, threepence. 
By Time.— For any number of persons not exceeding five, for the first 
[ quarter of an hour, one shilling ; for every succeeding quarter of an hour, 
sixpence. 

Disengaged Cabs will stand in Rossington Street, along the south side of 
r* the Mechanics’ Institute. 


TRAM CARS. 

The Tramway Terminus is in Boar Lane, at its Junction with Briggate. 
Cars run as follows :— 

CHAPELTOWN. 

Leaves (the Queen’s Arms) Chapeltown for Briggate at 7.55 a.m., and 
every 15 minutes till 9.55 p.m. Extra on Saturdays till 10.25 p.m. 

Leaves Briggate for Chapeltown (the Queen’s Arms) at 8.30 a.m., and 
every 15 minutes till 10.30 p.m. Extra on Saturdays till ll.O p.m. 

Note.— The 10.15 and 10.30 p.m. Cars from Briggate on Weekdays, and 
the 10.45 and 11.0 p.m. on Saturdays, run to Mexbro’ Arms only. 

Leaves Reginald Terrace, Chapeltown Road, for Briggate at 8.7i^ a. m , 
and every 7^ minutes till 7-221 p.m , then every 15 minutes till 10.7^ p.m. 
Saturdays every minutes till 10.371 p m. 

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Leaves Briggate for Reginald Terrace (Chapeltown Road) at 8.30 a.m., 
and every minutes till 7.45 p.m,, then every 15 minutes till 10.30 p,m. 
Saturdays every minutes till 11.0 p.m. 

Note.— Extra Cars leave the Chapeltown Tram Yard on Weekdays at 
7.40, 8.7i. 8.22|, and 8.37| a.m. 

HEADINGLEY. 

Leaves Three Horse Shoes, Headingley, at 7.42^ a.m., and every 10 
minutes till 7.22^ p.m., then every 15 minutes till 9.52J p.m. Saturdays 
every 10 minutes all day till 10.22^ p.m. 

Leaves Boar Lane for Three Horse Shoes at 8.20 a.m., and every 10 
minutes till 8.0 p.m., then every 15 minutes till 10.30 pm. Saturdays 
every 10 minutes all day till 11.0 p.m. 

KIRKSTALL. 

Leaves Boar Lane for Kirkstall at 8.30 a,m., and every 10 minutes until 
8.30 p.m., then every 15 minutes until 10.30 p.m. Saturdays every 10 
minutes all day until 11.0 p.m. 

Leaves Kirkstall for Boar Lane at 8.5 a.m., and every 10 minutes until 
7.55 p.m., then every 15 minutes until 9.55 p.m. Saturdays every 10 
minutes all day until 10.25 p.m. 

Cars run to and from Meanwood Road, Upper Wortley, and York 
Road about every 10 minutes. 


OMNIBUSES. 

The Omnibus Terminus is in Briggate, between Commercial Street and 
Boar Lane, from whence ’Busses run at short intervals to all parts of the 
Borough. 








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€ )i' c III’s 10 n s. 


No. I. 

THE SCARBOROUGH EXCURSION, 

Saturday^ Aug. Vlth; Monday, Aug. 19^A. 
Arranged by the Profession in Scarborough. 


Saturday, August VJth. 


LEEDS, 

N.E.R. STATION. 


Train (Special) 

... leave 

9.10 a.m. 

York. 

.arrive 

9.50 „ 

York. 

... leave 

10.2 „ 

Scarbro’ 

.arrive 

11.30 „ 


'Luncheon (by invitation) given by Members of the Profession of Scar¬ 
borough and neighbourhood, at the Royal Hotel at 1 p.m. 

■Carriages will start from Royal Hotel at 3.15 p.m., for excursions to the 
town and neighbourhood. 

Yachts will start from the Pier at 3.30 p.m., for trips to sea. 

A Garden-Party at St. Nicholas House, given by Mr. J. W. Woodall, 
from 3.30—7.0 p.m. 

Reception by His Worship the Mayor of Scarborough (Official Chair¬ 
man of the Company) and the Committee of tlie Clifif Bridge 
Company, will be held in the Grand Hall of the Spa at 8.30 p.m. 

During the evening the Grounds will be specially illuminated. 

Sunday, August \Sth. 

A Special Service at the Parish Church (St. Mary’s). (Preacher : The 
Ven. Archdeacon Blunt, D.D.), at 10.30 a.m. 

A Concert of Sacred Music will be given in the Spa Grounds, from 3.0 
—4.30 p.m. 

Mr. G. Alderson Smith will be “ At Home,” at Wheatcroft Cliff, from 
4.0—6.30 p.m. 

Monday, August 19^/i. 

A Deep Sea Trawling expedition will probably be arrang^id. 

Through the kindness of Mr. Morgan, members and their wives will be 
admitted free to the Aquarium on Saturday, Sunday, and Monday 
{August Y]th, 18^A, and IQth); also to the Concert of Sacred Music 
on Sunday evening at 8 p.m. 

Dr. Calantarients invites members and their wives to visit his Glaciar- 
ium at the Londesborough Rooms. 

Arrangements have been made at the Grand and Royal Hotels for tlie 
reception of visitors, where meals will be served at the customary 
Hotel hours. 

N.B.—All Excursions and Entertainments, including admittance to the 
Spa Grounds on Au mst 11th, \%th, and up to 5 p.m. 19</i, are free 
to Members and Ladies accompanying them on production of this 
Ticket. 





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No. 2. 

THE ILKLEY and BOLTON ABBEY EXCURSION, 

Saturday^ August \~th. 

Arranged by the Profession in Bradford and Ilkley. 


LEEDS: MIDLAND STATION. 
Train. 


Leeds 

depart 

9.35 a.m. 

Guiseley (to take up members) 

arrive 

10.12 „ 

Ilkley (to take up members) ... 

arrive 

10.34 ,, 

Bolton Abbey Station ... 

arrive 

10.49 ,, 

WAGONETTES 



Bolton Abbey Station ... 

depart 

11.0 a.m. 

Bolton Woods and Strid 

arrive 

1140 „ 

Bolton W^oods and Strid 

depart 

12.40 p.m. 

Bolton Abbey 

arrive 

12.55 ,, 

Bolton Abbey 

depart 

1.30 ,, 

Devonshire Arms Hotel 

arrive 

1.45 „ 

LUNCHEON. 



Walk to Bolton Abbey Station 

depart 

2.47 p.m. 

Ilkley . 

arrive 

3.5 ,, 

or Ben Rhydding 

arrive 

3.8 „ 


Until 5.30 members can visit any of the Hydropathic Establishments,, 
such as Ilkley Wells House, Ben Rhydding, Craiglands, Troutbeck,. 
&c , or visit the Old White Wells, the Semon Convalescent Home, 
Panorama Rocks, Cow and Calf, the Ilkley Wells Hospital, the old 
Parish Church (with the Stone Crosses), or pass over the river 
towards Middleton Moor, &c. 


DINNER 

Dinner will be served in the Winter Garden of Ilkley Wells House, at 
5.30 precisely. 

After Dinner, ample time will be afforded for a leisurely walk down tO' 
the Ilkley Station, from which the train back to Leed.s will start at 
8.35 p.m. 

Leeds ... ... ... ... arrive 9.25 p.m. 


Dh'sctions for Entertainers from Bradford, Ilkley, tC-c.;— 

Bradford : Midland Station . at 9.48 a.m 

Manniiighara ... ... ... ... ,, 9.52 ,, 

Shipley. ,, 9.58 ,, 


Guiseley 

Guiseley 

Burley 

Ilkley 


Reaching and joining guests at 

arrive 10.12 a.m. 
depart 10.16 ,, 

. arrive 10.24 ,, 

arrive 10.34 ,, 


The Bradford members will leave Ilkley by the same train, 8.35 p.m 
which leaves for Leeds, being detached from the Leeds portion at- 
Guiseley. 




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No. 3. 

THE YORK, HELMSLEY, and RIEVAULX ABBEY 
EXCURSION, 

Saturdayy August Vlth. 

LEEDS, N.E-R. STATION. 

Leeds (special) . depart 9.10 a.m. 

York . ... ... ... ... airive 9.50 a.m. 

The party will here be met by the Committee of the Aledical Profession 
at York, by whom all arrangements have been made for the con¬ 
venience of the visitors in York. 

10.0 a.m. Received by Canon Raine, who will conduct the party round 
the Museum and Grounds of the Yorkshire Philosophical Society, 
St. Mary’s Abbey, Roman and other antiquities. 

10.45 a.m. Mr. Buckle, Superintendent of the Wilberforce School for 
the Blind, which occupies the Ancient Royal Palace of the Stuarts, 
will point out matters of interest in that building. 

11.30 a.m. The Minster will be visited, Canon Raine having kindly 
consented (in the unavoidable absence of the Dean of York) to act 
as cicerone. 

12.30 p.m. The party will proceed to the Mansion House, where they 
will be received by the Lord Mayor. The ancient plate, &c., will 
be inspected. The Guildhall will afterwards be visited. 

LUNCHEON. 

At the North Eastern Railway Station Hotel, by invitation of the 
Members of the Medical Profession in York, 10 p.m. 

TRAIN. 

York ... ... ... ... ... depart 2.25 p.m. 

Helmsley Station ... . arrive 3.30 ,, 

CARRIAGES. 

•“ The Black Swan ” Hotel, arrive 3.40 p.m. 

TEA. 


Drive through Duncombe Park to Rievaulx Terrace, overlooking 
Rievaulx Abbey and village, arrive 4.30 p.m. 

Inspect paintings, walk on Terrace and see Rievaulx Abbey (4.30— 

5.30 p.m.). 

Re-enter carriages, 5.30 p m. 

Visit and inspect ruins of Helmsley Castle, built a.d. 1200, 5.50 p.m. 
Leave by carriage, 6.10 p.m. 

Helmsley, 6.30 p.m. 

DINNER 


Will be served at “ The Black Swan.” 

Helmsley Station,. depart 8.15 p.m. 

York ... .. ... ... ... arrive 9.15 ,, 

TRAINS LEAVE YORK FOR 


{ Leeds 

1 Midland and L. & N.W. 

-[ G.N.Ry. and King’s Cross 
I The North 

I Scarborough . 

N.B.—Excursions and entertainments 
on production of this Ticket. 


... depart 9.35 p. m. 

9.28 „ 

9.37 „ 

„ 10.26 „ 

,, 10.30 ,, 

are free to Members and Ladies 





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No. 4. 

THE HARROGATE EXCURSION, 

Saturday^ Augmt \1th. 

Arranged by the Profession in Harrogate. 


LEEDS, N.E.Pv. STATION. 

Leeds (Special) . depart 9.0 a.m. 

Pannal... ... ... ... ... arrive 9.15 ,, 

The party will liere be met by members of the Profession of Harrogate^ 
who will conduct the excursion. 

FOUR-HORSE DRAGS. 

Plumpton Rocks . arrive 10.0 a m. 

Plumpton Rocks ... ... ... depart 10.30 ,, 

Knaresboro’.arrive 11.0 ,, 

LIGHT REFRESHMENTS. 

The party will here visit the Castle, Dropping Well, Robin Hood’s and. 
Eugene Aram’s Cave. 

Knaresboro’.depart 12.30 p.m. 

Drive by Scriven and Scotten to 

Ripley Castle ... ... ... arrive 1.15 ,, 

Ripley Castle . depart 1.45 ,, 

Harrogate ... ... ... ... arrive 

LUNCHEON 

Will be served in the New Bath Hospital lately opened by H.R.H. 
Prince Albert Victor, at 2.30 p.m. 

After Lunch the party will be shown the Wells. Drives in the neigh¬ 
bourhood will be organized. Entertainments will be provided, and 
in the evening the houses of the various Medical men of Harrogate 
will be thrown open for the reception of visitors. 


TRAIN. 


Harrogate (Special) 
Leeds 


depart 8.50 p.m. 
arrive 9.30 ,, 


N.B. —Excursions and entertainments are free to Members and Ladies- 
on production of this Ticket. 



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No. 5. 


THE PATELEY BRIDGE, BRIMHAM ROCKS, FOUN¬ 
TAINS ABBEY, STUDLEY ROYAL, and RIPON 
EXCURSION, 

Saturday, August VJth. 

LEEDS : N.E.R. STATION. 

Leeds (Special) ... . depart 9.0 a.m. 

Pannal . arrive 9.15 ,, 

(The Harrogate party will here leave the train.) 

Pateley. Bridge. arrive 10.10 ,, 

WAGONETTES. 

Walk up Ravens Gill and Guys Cliff. 

LUNCHEON 

Provided by Mr. George Metcalfe, at Castlestead, 12.0 noon. 

WAGONETTES. 


Castlestead 

depart 

12.50 p.m. 

Brimham Rocks... 

arrive 

1.35 ,, 

Brimham Rocks... 

depart 

2.15 „ 

Fountains Hall ... . 

arrive 

.3.15 ,, 

Fountains Abbey and Grounds. 




TEA 

Provided in the Abbey Grounds, by the Most Honourable the Marquess 
of Ripon, K.G., 3.45 p.m. 

Walk through the Grounds to meet Wagonettes. 

WAGONETTES. 

Canal Gates . depart 4.30 p.m. 

Ripon . arrive 5.0 ,, 

Visit Cathedral. 

Lavatory accommodation will be provided at the Unicorn Hotel. 
WAGONETTES. 

depart 5.30 p.m. 
arrive 6.0 ,, 

The party will be received by the Lord Bishop of Ripon and Mrs. Boyd 
Carpenter. 

REFRESHMENTS. 

Palace . depart 7.45 j).m. 

Ripon Station . depart 8.25 „ 

Harrogate. depart 8.50 ,, 

(The Harrogate party will rejoin train.) 
. arrive 9.30 ,, 


Ripon (Unicorn Hotel) 
Palace 


Leeds 




No. 6. 

THE WASHBURN VALLEY and FARNLEY 
EXCURSION, 

Saturday, August Vltli. 

The^whole of the Excursion will be by carriage. 

Mechanics’ Institute. depart 9.0 a.m 

Adel Church.arrive 9.40 „ 

The'party will be received by the Rector, who will kindly show the 
principal features of this almost unique specimen of Norman 
Architecture. 

Adel Church . depart 10.0 a.m. 

Drive to Pool Bridge and Leathley Village to Bindley Wood Reservoir, 
arrive 11.30 a.m. 

Torpedo experiments will be shown by Messrs. Greenwood and Batley. 

Bindley Wood Reservoir. depart 12.30 p.m. 

Swinsty Reservoir ... ... arrive 1.15 ,, 

BUNCHEON. 

Provided by Mr. Alderman Woodhouse, Chairman of the Leeds Water¬ 
works Committee. 

Swinsty Reservoir. depart 2.15 p.m. 

Fewston ... .arrive 3.0 ,, 

Inspect sinking Village Reservoir, &c. 

Drive over Snowdon Moors by Asquith and Weston. 

Farnley Hall ... .arrive 4.0 p.m. 

The seat of Ayscongh Fawkes, Esq. The well known collection of 
J. M. W. Turner’s Pictures wiU be inspected, 

TEA. 


Farnley Hall ... 

. depart 6.0 p.m. 

“ White Horse,” Otley . 

. arrive 6.30 ,, 

DIxVXER. 


“ White Horse,” Otley . 

. depart 8.0 p.m. 

Leeds . 

. arrive 9.30 ,, 


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No. 7. 

THE MALHAM COVE, GORDALE SCAR, and SETTLE 
EXCURSION, 

Saturday, August VJth. 

LEEDS, MIDLAND STATION. 

Leeds... ... ... . . ... depart S.O a.m. 

Bell Busk ... ... ... ... arrive 9.40 ,, 

To be met by carriages. 

Kirkby Malham ... ... ... arrive 10.30 ,, 

Visit old Church, inspect old Eegisters with Oliver Cromwell’s signatures, 
and other matters of interest. 

Kirkby Malham ... ... ... depart 10.45 a.m. 

Gordale Scar.arrive 11.5 ,, 

LIGHT REFEESHMENTS. 

Party will visit Janet’s Force. 

Gordale Scar ... ... ., depart 12.0 noon. 

Walk to Malham Cove (1 mile). 

Malham Cove . arrive 12.30 p.m. 

Malham Cove ... ... ... depart 12.50 ,, 

Carriages will here meet the party. 

Kirkby Malham . arrive 1.0 ,, 

The party will here divide into two sections. 

(1) . Pedestrians (1 mile—700 feet ascent) with the lighter carriages to 

visit Scaleber Force and down to Settle. Magnificent views crossing 
the Moors. 

(2) . Heavier carriages drive by Otterburn aud Hellifield to Settle. 

The two parties will meet at the Ashfield Hotel, Settle, at 2.45 p.m. 

DINNER. 

After dinner two parties will be formed. 

(1) . Carriages for Stainforth ... ... depart 4.15 p.m. 

(3 miles) 

Visit Stainforth Force ; pedestrians can climb to Catterick Force 
(I mile). 

Stainforth ... ... ... ... depart 5.40 pm. 

(2) . Walking party—Those who prefer walking may visit Giggleswick 

School (4 mile), see Celtic and Roman Remains from Victoria Cave— 
Walk to Ebbing and Flowing Well mile),—back to Settle and 
ascend Castleberg Rock. 

Settle Station ... ... ... depart 7.23 p.m. 

Leeds... ... ... ... ... arrive 8.52 ,, 

N.B.—The Tickets for the above must be preserved, as they will be 
required for presentation during the Excursion. 




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1. The Scarborough Excursion .—Trains will leave the North Easter a 
Railway Station (New) at 9.10 a.m. on Saturday morning, August 17th, 
arriving at Scarborough at 11.30. At 1 p.m. a luncheon will be given 
by the Profession of Scarborough to 100 members of the Association (by 
invitation). In the afternoon excursions by sea and land will be arranged, 
steam yachts will be placed at the disposal of the visitors, and short 
excursions will be organised by carriage. A Garden Party will be given by 
Mr. J. W. Woodall, in honour of the visit of the Association, at St. 
Nicholas Cliff. In the evening the grounds of the Cliff Bridge Company 
will be thrown open to the members, and especially illuminated ; here a 
reception will be held in the Grand Hall by his worship the Mayor, official 
chairman of the Company, and the Committee. On Sunday a special 
service will be held in the Parish Church (St. Mary’s), preacher, the 
Venerable Archdeacon Blunt, D.D., Chaplain to the Queen. In the after¬ 
noon a concert of sacred music will be given in the Spa Grounds (3 to 4.30),. 
and, later, Mr. Alderson Smith will le “at home ” at Wheatcroft Cliff, to 
receive members of the Association and their wives ; by his kindness, also, 
it is hoped that a deep sea trawling expedition will be arranged for Monday 
morning. A fee of one guinea will be charged, which will include all the 
expenses of the excursion. Gentlemen may be accompanied by ladies on 
the same terms, namely: Saloon fare from Leeds to Scarborough, hotel 
accommodation at two of the best hotels from mid-day on Saturday, August 
17th, till mid-day on Monday, August 19th (with the exception of wine). 
The Cliff Bridge Company will admit members free to their Grounds on the 
three days, August 17th, 18th, and 19th, after 5 p.m. All excursions and 
other entertainments are open to all members and ladies accompanying them 
on production of their tickets. The luncheon to be given on Saturday will 
be by invitation only, as it is not possible to secure a room for an unlimited 
number. Any further particulars with regard to the Scarborough Excur¬ 
sion can be obtained on application to Charles F. Hutchinson, M.D., 
Honorary Secretary, May Lodge, Scarborough. 

2. —The Ilkley and Bolton Abbey Excursion .—The route of this excursion 
runs from Leeds in a north-westerly direction, leaving the Midland station 
at 9.35 A.M. ; it passes by way of Armley, Kirkstall (with a view of the old 
abbey of that name), and continues along the Airedale Valley to Apperley 
Bridge. 

After passing Kirkstall Forge, the vale opens out, showing Calverley to 
the south and on the north, giving a fine ^dew of the slope of the hill from 
Rawdon, on which, as prominent objects, stands the Rawdon Convalescent 
Home (founded, for poor patients, by the late Sir H. W. Ripley, Bart.) 
and the Rawdon Baptist College. These and the numerous villa residences 
of Leeds and Bradford merchants, embowered in trees, form a pleasant and 
striking landscape. Passing Apperley Bridge, the line curves temporarily 
towards the north, up a steep incline, affording a glimpse of the upper 



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portion of the Airedale Valley, with Shipley and Bradford in the distance ; 
it then enters a wooded and tunnelled portion, curving back to the west 
and reaching Guiseley ; here, and at Ilkley, the members of the excursion 
will be joined by their entertainers, and the train will proceed along the 
south side of the Wharfedale Valley, towards Ilkley. 

Just before the valley opens there lies, on the south side of the line, the 
New Menston Lunatic Asylum, to which the Psychological Section intends 
to pay a visit. Beyond this the line divides, one branch turning to the 
east to Otley, the other pursuing its course to Ilkley and Bolton. In the 
angle made by this division lies the burial place of the late Right Hon. 
W. E. Forster. The spot affords a view of the extent of Wharfedale, 
which, following the course of the river Wharfe from Bolton on the west, 
runs to where the North Eastern line, on its way to Harrogate, crosses the 
valley at Arthington, on the east. The dale is one of the most beautiful in 
Yorkshire, offering at certain points almost unique views, as that at Otley 
Chevin, Brimham Rocks, and the Cow and Calf. The town of Otley lies 
at the east end, on the north side of the valley, opposite the Chevin; the 
village of Burley lies embedded in foliage in the middle of the dale, while 
Ben Rhydding and Ilkley lie on the cliff or south side of the dale, at the 
edge of Rumbold’s Moor. 

The train, proceeding, passes the Burley Station, and at this point on 
the rising ground of the north of the dale may be seen Denton Hall and 
Park, formerly the residence of the famous Fairfax, now the seat of Mr. 
Wyville, J.P. ; and, further west, Myddelton Lodge, the home of the 
Middeltons, one of the oldest Yorkshire county families. The ground now 
rises precipitously to the south, and the first object which strikes the eye is 
the splendidly situated hydropathic establishment of Ben Rhydding. 
Further to the west of it are seen the massive rocks called the Cow and 
Calf, and the Ilkley district opens out, extending almost from the edge of 
the moor for a mile or more down a gentle slope to the river Wharfe. As 
the train moves past Ilkley, a good general view will be obtained of its spa 
establishments and villa residences. The train goes on past the village of 
Addingham (with Beamsley Beacon behind) till it reaches Bolton Bridge at 
10.49 ; at this station wagonettes will be in readiness to take the party to 
the Priory and Bolton Woods. Most people have seen the beautiful print 
of “ Bolton Abbey in the Olden Time.’’ The remains of the Priory are 
charmingly situated, and form a grand adjunct to the restored church. To 
strangers the history of the structure will be freely afforded by some of the 
gentlemen accompanying the party. From the Priory the party will be 
conveyed to Bolton Woods and the Strid in wagonettes. 

The woods and stream will afford their own beautiful commentary ; and 
the romantic story of the “ boy of Egremond ” checked in his spring across 
the “ Strid ” by the leashed hound, and drowned in the torrent; the des¬ 
pair of the mother, “ Alice de Romille, ’ and her subsequent founding of 





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the Priory, can all be told on the spot. Time will not afford more than a 
distant view of “Barden Tower,” the home of the Cliffords, and walk 
through the woods, nor can a visit to the Valley of Desolation, with its 
waterfall, be risked ; but these will scarcely be missed amid the surround¬ 
ing beauties. The wagonettes will return from the Strid about 12.40 to 
the Devonshire Hotel, where, if the day be propitious, lunch will be served 
on the lawn at 1.45 p.m. 

The train will leave Bolton Abbey Station at 2.47 p.m. on its return to 
Ilkley; and here the rest of the day, till dinner-time, will be spent visiting 
the points of interest in its immediate precincts. Ilkley and its neigh¬ 
bouring “ Eombald’s Moor” have their aboriginal and Roman history, 
with their “ Cairns,” “ Barrows,” Roman stations and roads. Monumental 
relics have been found abundantly, and one is to be seen at the back of the 
Rose and Crown Inn, and three ancient crosses in Ilkley Churchyard. The 
old Parish Church will repay a visit. All that the antiquarian wiU require 
to indicate the ancient history of Ilkley may be obtained from “ Lund’s 
6d. Guide.” Modern Ilkley, as a spa and health resort, as well as Ben 
Rhydding (which was the first of the large hydropathic establishments in 
the neighbourhood), owes its celebrity, not to any medicinal virtue in its 
water, but to the wonderful purity and abundant supply of that water, and 
to the charming situation of the place. There is a valuable chalybeate 
spring at the side of the Moor at Heber’s Gill, past the Semon Convalescent 
Home, but this is quite apart from the main “ Ilkley water.” This Ilkley 
w’ater seems specially adapted for drinking, and for all such purposes as are 
comprised under the head of “Hydropathy;” hence the abundance of 
these establishments. All, or a choice number, of these may be visited ; 
from the original “ Old White Wells,” which everyone will observe high 
up on the hill side, through the grand structure of Ben Rhydding (Medical 
Officer, Dr. Johnstone) ; the palatial Ilkley Wells (Medical Officer, Dr. 
Scott) ; the well-knowm “ Craiglands” (Medical Officer, Dr. H. Dobson) ; 
the Elizabethan structure, “Troutbeck;” the “Spa” establishment in 
the Grove, to Rockwood House, Marlborough House, and Stony Lea. 
Besides these there is above the Grove, on the slope of the hill, the Ilkley 
Hospital (Medical Officer, Dr. Johnstone), established in 1829 as the Ilkley 
Bath Charitable Institution. This institiition has from 700 to 800 patients 
passing through it in a year ; these are recommended by subscribers ; and 
it can be said with truth that the simple treatment and capital Ilkley air 
materially reinvigorates many of them. Another admirable institution, 
founded by the late Mr. Charles Semon, of Bradford, and bequeathed by 
him to the town of Bradford, is the Semon Convalescent Horae, situated 
quite on the edge of the moor, south-west above Ilkley, and intended for 
the convalescent and weakly of the working class, clerks, and warehouse¬ 
men ; the whole charge for board and lodging is 12s. 6d. a week, the extra 
cost being furnished by the fund left by Mr. C. Semon. The people can 



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wander on the moor at will, and convalescents are carried up from the rail 
way by omnibus. The home is open to others beside the inhabitants of 
Bradford. There are a number of hotels at Ilkley, the principal of which 
are the Middelton, the Crescent, etc. ; but the hydropathic establishments 
also accommodate visitors even for a few days. Between the return arrival 
of the train at Ilkley and the hour at which the party will dine (5.30 pm.), 
beside the places enumerated and the general exploration of Ilkley, if the 
day is fine, a walk to the “ Cow and Calf ” (on the way to Ben Rhydding) 
will yield a magnificent view from those rocks. Also 1|- mile from the 
station south-south-west, another splendid view is obtained f'^om the 
“ Panorama rocks.” Again, the walk to Myddelton Moor, mile north 
over the Ilkley bridge, will afford many interesting views. To any of the 
party who may prolong their stay over the excursion, the points of interest 
in the locality are many and varied, as Skipton town and castle, Keighley 
and Howarfch (home of Charlotte Bronte, 14 miles), Denton Park, Otley 
and the Chevin, Farnley Hall (2| miles from Otley, full of interesting 
historical records), Burley, Harewood House, Harrogate, Ripon, and Foun¬ 
tains Abbey, etc. After dinner, time sufficient will be afforded for a 
leisurely stroll to the Ilkley station, from which the train will start on its 
return journey promptly at 8 35 p.m. for Leeds and Bradford. 

3. Yorlc, Helmsley, Rkvaulx Abbey .—The party will leave the North 
Eastern Railway Station (New) at 9.10 a.m., reaching York at 9.50, where 
they will be met by the representatives of the profession of York, who have 
hospitably undertaken to entertain the party, and to shew them the various 
objects of interest. The party will first visit the gardens of the Yorkshire 
Philosophical Society, kindly thrown open to them by the courtesy of the 
Honorary Secretary, Mr. Noble, and the Council of the Society. The 
visit will be supervised by Canon Raine. Amongst the objects of interest 
are the ruins of St. Mary’s Abbey, a portion of the old Roman walls and 
a large collection of Roman and other antiquities in the museum and 
hospitium of the Abbey. Afterwards the party v/ill proceed to the Palace 
of the Stuart Kings, in which is located the Wilberforce School for the 
Blind. Mr. Buckle, the superintendent of the school, has courteously 
undertaken to point out the features of interest connected with this 
historical building. Leaving the Stuart Palace, our visitors will proceed, 
by way of Bootham Bar, to the Minster, where Canon Raine, in the 
unavoidable and regretted absence of the Dean of York, will again kindly 
undertake the duties of cicerone. After viewing the Minster, it is proposed 
to pay a visit to the Mansion House and Guildhall, where the members and 
their friends will be received by the Lord Mayor. The ancient plate pre¬ 
served in the Mansion House and Guildhall, which is one of the finest Gothic 
halls in existence, will, it is believed, be inspected with much interest. 
Luncheon, by invitation of the profession in York, will be served at the 









Station Hotel at 1 o’clock, after which the party will be conveyed by special 
train to Helmsley. Here carriages will convey them to Rievaulx Terrace, 
whence, having seen the beautiful view, they will proceed to the Abbey, 
driving through Duncombe Park to the Home Terrace, and thence by the 
ruins of Helmsley Castle to the Black Swan for dinner. The train will leave 
Helmsley for York in time to catch the night mail from York, and the 9.35 
for Leeds. 

4. The Harrogate Excursion. —The party will proceed by special train 
from the North Eastern Railway Station (New) about 9 a.m. to Pannal, 
where they will be met by carriages. The beautiful grounds and rocks of 
Plumpton will then be visited, where light refreshment will be provided ; 
afterwards the party will drive to Knaresborough Castle, the Dripping 
Well, and the caves memorable as connected with Eugene Aram. Thence 
by Scriven and Ripley Castle to Harrogate. Here the members of the pro¬ 
fession in Harrogate will entertain the party at lunch in the New Bath 
Hospital about 2.30 p.m., afterwards carriages will be provided, so that places 
of interest may be visited. Various other entertainments will be organised, 
and in the evening the houses of the various medical men will be thrown 
open to visitors, and members can return to Leeds either by the special 
traiu, or by one of the numerous trains leaving Harrogate for Leeds in 
time to catch the night mails. It is expected that many will arrange to 
stay in Harrogate over the Sunday. 

5. The Brimham Bocks, Fountains Abbey, Studley Boyal, and Upon 
Excui'sion. —Special train will leave the North Eastern Station (New) at 
0 A.M. for Nidd Bridge, where carriages will meet the party to convey it by 
Ripley Castle up the north side of Nidderdale to the fantastic rocks at 
Brimham; thence to Castlestead, where the party will be entertained at 
luncheon by Mr. George Metcalfe. After luncheon the party will proceed 
over the moors to Fountains Abbey and Studley Royal, the grounds being 
specially laid open. Here tea, with light refreshments, will be provided 
by the Most Hon. the Marquis of Ripon. Having viewed this, the 
finest of the Cistercian abbeys, the party will proceed to Ripon, where, 
having seen the cathedral, they will he received and entertained at the 
Palace by the Bishop of Ripon and Mrs. Boyd-Carpenter. The train wiU 
leave Ripon for Leeds at 8.25 p.m., reaching Leeds about 9.30 o'clock. 

6. The Washburn Valley and Farnley Excursion. —The object of this 
excursion is to show the waterworks in connection with Leeds, the beauti¬ 
ful scenery of the Mid-Wharfe and Washburn Valleys, and the unique 
collection of Turner paintings at Farnley Hall. The whole journey will 
be by carriage. The party will first be conducted to Adel Church, when 
the Rector will show this most perfect specimen of Norman architecture; 
thence past Creskeld by Arthingtou and Port Bridge, through the pic- 



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{I turesque village of Leathley, with its old church and village stocks, through 
Lindley Wood to the Reservoir, where Messrs, (greenwood and Batley will 
li show some interesting torpedo experiments. The party will then proceed 
over Norwood Edge, whence a splendid view of the whole valley can be 
r obtained by Swinsty Reservoir to Fewston (the Sinking Village). Here 
f lunch will be provided by the Chairman of the I.eeds Waterworks Com- 
D mittee, Mr. Alderman Woodhouse. The party will then drive l)y Snowdon 
I Moors to Farnley Hall, the seat of Mr. Ayscough Fawkes, who has kindly 

B oonsented to exhibit his unrivalled collection of paintings by J. M. W. 
Turner, as well as his Cromwellian relics. Thence to Otley, where dinner 
will be served at the White Horse Hotel, the party reaching Leeds in time 
for the night mails. 

7. Malham Cove, Gordale Scar, and Settle .—The object of this excursion 
is to show the remarkable scenery produced by the Great Craven Fault in 
the Mountain Limestone, one of the grandest examples in England. A 
special train will leave the Midland station at 8 a.m., reaching Bell 
Busk about 9.40 a.m. Here carriages will be waiting to convey the party 
by Calton Hall, the birthplace of General Lambert, and Kirkby Malham, 
with its interesting church and registers, to Gordale Scar, described by 
Wordsworth as “one of the grandest objects in Nature.” The party, 
having been refreshed at a farmhouse, will divide into two, the more adven. 
turous going over the cliffs to Malham Cove, where they will meet the 
party who have driven round. Having viewed this magnificent amphi¬ 
theatre of rocks, the party will return to Kirkby Malham, and will here 
again divide. The lighter carriages, with those who prefer a walk with an 
ascent of 700 feet, will go over Highside, where a magnificent view of both 
' Airedale and Ribblesdale can be obtained; thence by Scaleber Force to 
to the Ashfield Hotel at Settle, where, being joined by the other party, 
j who have driven round by Otterburn and Long Preston, dinner will be 
served. After dinner they will drive up Ribblesdale to great Stainforth 
Force, returning by Giggleswick, where may be seen the ebbing and flow¬ 
ing well, and the Royal Victoria Cave Remains in the museum at the 
school. They will then return by Settle to Leeds, which will be reached 
about 9 P.M. 

8. The Hull Excursion, most generously offered by the members of the 
East York and North Lincoln Branch, has had most regretfully to be aban¬ 
doned. 

The fee for each of the above excursions will be 10s. 6d., except in the 
case of the Scarborough excursion, for which one guinea will be charged. 
All applications for tickets, with remittance, to be made to me. Tickets 
will be sent August 1st. 

Charles M. Chadw’^ick, Honorary Secretary, 
Excursions Sub-committee. 






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LIST OF CANDIDATES 

For Election at Meeting of Council, on TJiursday, August 15th, 1889,. 
and subject to Confirmation at the October Meeting of Council :— 


( 18 ) 

Brown, George, L.RC.R, L.R.C.S.,Ed., Brunswick Street, Batley. 

*T. R. Jessop ; *0. G. Wheelhouse ; A. Jackson. 

Brown, Harbit, M.]).,Univ.Edin , Calverley, Leeds 

*C. J. R. McLean j *J. J. Taylor ; *A. E. L. Gray. 

Brown, Joseph, M.D., 12, Bradford Road, Brighouse, Yorks. 

*T. Britton ; J. Martin ; * J. S. Cameron. 

Carruthers, John, M.D., F.R.C.S.E., Rockferry. 

*J. W. Raton ; *J. M. Hunt ; A. TI. Wilson. 

Crawford, Alex. Wilkie, M.B., C.M., Paisley. 

*D. Moffat; *C. M. Chadwick ; H. Rowe. 

Davis, Frederick Lionel, L.R.C.P., M.R.C.S., Leathley Lodge, Leeds. 

C. G. Wheelhouse ; *John Exley ; *C. M. Chadwick. . 
Ferguson, A. H., M.B., Tor., C.M., Winnepeg, Canada. 

*W. MacEwen; *Q. McLennan ; A. W. M. Robson. 

Frost, Francis Wm., M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., Infirmary, Huddersfield. 

*R. L. Knaggs; *J. S. Cameron ; *W. L. W. Marshall. 

Harris, Arthur George Rawson, L.R.C.P., M.R.C.S.,Eng, Selbourne- 
House, Halifax. 

*G. P. Field; A. Drury ; *T. M. Dolan. 

MacLennan, Wm., M.B., C.M., 3, Buckingham Terrace, Glasgow, W. 

J. W. Watkins; *H. W. Coleman; *C. M. Chadwick. 

Mott, Frederick W., M.D., M.R.C.P., Meadowland, Harrow. 

Pinder, John William, L.R.C.P., M.R.C.S., L.S.A., Horsforth, Leeds. 

*C. Richardson ; *W. Hall; *C. M. Chadwick. 

Ramsden, Herbert, L R.C.P., M.R.C.S., Dobcross, Saddleworth. 

*C.M. Chadwick; *W. H. F. Ramsden; *H. B. Hewetson. 

Sellers, Arthur Edward, L.R.C.P., M.R.C.S., Ida Hospital, Cookridge, 
Leeds. 

*A. F. McGill; *E. Atkinson; *H. Littlewood. 

Smith, Thomas, L.R.C.P., Leathley Lodge, Leeds. 

*J. E. Eddison; *C. M. Chadwick ; *Chas. Richardson. 

Smyth, James, L.R.C.S., Pudsey, near Leeds. 

*H. B. Hewetson; *A. Bronner ; *W. L. Hunter. 

Stewart, Daniel, M.D., L.R.C.S.E., Liff-by-Dundee. 

*R. Sinclair; *D. McEwan; *J. W. Miller. 

Stuart, J. A. Erskine, L.R.C.P.,Edin., L.R.C.S., Staincliffe, Dewsbury, 

*J. H. Aitken; W. H. Haley; *Aithur Jackson. 

■"^Are signed from personal knowledge. 










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^Siosiamme of ^loceelitngs. 


Tuesday, August 13th, 1889. 

9.30 A M. —Meeting of 1888-89 Council. Council Room, Mechanics’Institute. 
dl.30 A.M. —First General Meeting. Report of Council. Reports of 

Committees; and other business. Coliseum. 

4 p.M. — Service in Parish Church. Sermon by the Right Rev. the 
Lord Bishop of Ripon. 

8.30 p.M. —Adjourned General Meeting from 11.30 a.m. President’s 

Address. Coliseum. 

Wednesday, August 14th, 1889. 

9.30 a.m. —Meeting of 1889-90 Council. Council Room, Alechanics’Institute. 
10 A.M. to 2 p.M. —Sectional Meetings. Mechanics’ Institute. Public 

Health. Philosophical Hall. 

3 P.M. — Second General Meeting. Address in Medicine by J.Hughltngs 
Jacksox, M.D., LL.H., F.R.S. Coliseum. Presentation 
of Stewart Prize to Hr. E. Klein, F.R.S. 

4.30 P.M.— Surgical Demonstration, Hall of Infirmary. 

4.30 to 6 P.M. —Afternoon Reception at the Yorkshire College, by the 

President, Council, and Senate of the College. 

4 to 6.30 p.M. — Reception given by Colonel Wilson, 3rd Vol. Batt. 

A Vest York. Regt., to Members in the Services, at the 
Carlton Barracks. 

8.30 P.M.— Conversazione by the President of the Association and Local 

Executive Committee in the Art Gallery and Municipal 
Buildings. 

Thursday, August I5th, 1889. 

9.30 A.M. —Meeting of the Council. Council Room, Mechanics’ Institute. 
10 A.M. to 2 p.M. —Sectional Meetings. Mechanics’ Institute. Public 

Health. Philosophical Hall. 

3 P.M. — Third General Meeting. Address in Surgery by T. Prtdgin 
Teale, M.A., F.R.S., F.R.C.S. Coliseum. 

4.0 to 6.30 p.M. — Garden Party at Gledhow Hall, given by Sir James 
\ Kitson, Bart. 

7.30 p.M. —Public Dinner of the Association in the Town Hall. 

Friday, August 16th, 1889. 

10.30 a.m. to 1.30 p.M. —Sectional Meetings. Mechanics’Institute. Public 

Health. Philosophical Hall. 

3 P.M. — Concluding General Meeting. Address in Psychology by Sir 
James Crichton Browne, M.D., F.R.S. Coliseum. 

4.0 to 6.30 P.M. — Garden Party at Eoundhay Mount, given by T. R. Jessop, 

F.R.C.S. 

4.30 to 6 p.M. —Garden Party at the W. R. Asylum, Wakefield. 

8 P.M. —Reception and Ball by the Mayor of Leeds in the Town Hall. 

Saturday, August I7th, 1889. 

4.0 P.M. — Garden Party at The Palace, Ripon, given by the Lord 
Bishop of Ripon and Mrs. Boyd Carpenter. 
Excursions.— (1) Scarborough; (2) Ilkley and Bolton Abbey ; 
(3) York, Helmsley, Rievaulx Abbey; (4) Harrogate; 
(5) Brimham Rocks, Fountains Abbey, Studley Royal and 
Ripon; (6) Washburn Valley and Farnley; (7) Malham 
Cove, Gordale Scar, and Settle. 

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ID'^a.m. to 2 P.M.—Sectional Meetirig$?Mechanics^ 
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sophical Hall, , 

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GSb byt T. Pr5doin Teale, M.A., F.R.S.^ 
Coliseum.; 

4.0 to 6.30 p.M.—Garden Party at Gledhow Hall, 
given by Sir James Kitson, Bart. ^ 


7.30 p.M.—‘Public Dinner of the Association in the 


Town Hall. 


vRUrii 


NOTICE.— Speeche^ at Gmeral Meetings must not exceed TEN minutes 
each. At the Sectioiial Meetings no Paper must exceed 
FIFTEEN miriutes in reading^ and no subsequent speech 
must exceed minutes, . , . 

.Hfili a- ., ■ ; ,u - rjjj FRANCIS FOWKE, General Secretanj. 

G88I .fBTI j8Jj§uA /Hbaufag 

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American and Foreign Delegates are requested to present their credentials 
to the General Secretary at his Office, that their names may be announced 
iatj the General Meeting. ' 

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38 


Stcttonal Irmtsmtnts. 


The following Discussions and Papers are promised up to the present time. 
Members are requested to attend to the regulations for Papers and 
Speeches during the meeting. (See page 36 .) 

Section A.—MEDICINE. 

(Head Mistress’s Room, Mechanics’ Institute.) 

A. Medicine.— President, John Edwin Eddison, M.D. Vice-Presidents, 
Charles Parsons, M.D.; Robert Saundby, M.D. Honorary Secretaries, 
Alfred George Barrs, M.D., 22, Park Place, Leeds; Theodore Dyke Acland, 

M. D., 7, Brook Street, Grosvenor Square, W. 

The proceedings of this Section W’ill be opened by the President at 
10 a.m., after which Dr. Parry will read a paper on the Prognosis 
of Gases of Albuminuria, with special reference to Life 
Insurance. Sir \V. Roberts, Drs. Goodhart, Maguire, Pye-Smith, 
Ralfe, Rabagliati, C. R. Drysdale, Robert Barnes, De Havilland Hall, 

N. Tirard, Joseph Ewart, T. Cranstoun Charles, Saundby, and Tyson have 
promised, if possible, to take part in the discussion. 

The following papers are promised ; 

Haig, A., M.D. On the Connecting Link between the High Tension 
Pulse and Albuminuria. 

Tirard, N., M.D. Peptonuria and the Fehling Test. 

Handford, H., M.D. On the relations of Arterial Hypoplasia to 
Cardiac Disease. 

Maguire, R., M.D. On Presystolic Murmur without Organic Mitral 
Disease. 

Madden, T. More, M.K.Q.C. P.I. Clinical Experiences of Chronic Tuber¬ 
cular Diseases of Childhood. 

Brown-Sequard, C.E. The Toxicity of Expired Air and its Connection 
with Pulmonary Tuberculosis. 

Satterthwaite, T. E., M.D. On Non-phthisical Bronchial Pneumonia of 
the Adult Lung. 


Section B.—SURGERY. 

(Lecture Theatre, No. 13, School of Science.) 

B. Surgery.— President, Thomas Richard Jessop, F.R.C.S. Vice- 
Fresidents, Edward Atkinson, M.R,C.S.; Arthur F. McGill, F.R.C.S. ; 





39 


Henry Morris, F.R.C.S. Honorary Secretaries, Arthur W. Mayo Robson, 
F.R.C.S., Hillary Place, Woodhouse Lane, Leeds; Edward Ward, M.13., 
22, Park Place, Leeds. 

Mr. Henry Morris will open a discussion on the Surgery of the 
K-idney. Professor Annandale (Edinburgh), Mr. Rickman Godlee (Lon¬ 
don), Mr. Bennett May (Birmingham), Dr. Nevv'man (Glasgow), Mr. 
Lawson Tait (Birmingham), Mr. Bruce Clarke (London), Mr. Kendal 
Franks (Dublin^, and Mr. R. Lawford Knaggs (Huddersfield), will take 
part in the discussion. 

Mr. Frederick Treves will open a discussion on the Surgical Treat¬ 
ment of Typhlitis after the discussion on Renal Surgery. 

The following further papers are announced : 

Robson, A. W. Mayo (Leeds). Two Hundred Consecutive Cases of 
Abdominal Section, with remarks. 

Lloyd, Jordan, Esq. (Birmingham). Abdominal Section for Acute Intesti¬ 
nal Obstruction. 

White, J. William, M.D. (Philadelphia). The relations of Subdiaphrag- 
matic Abscess to the Thoracic Viscera, with three Illustrative 
Cases. 

Allingham, H. W., F.R.C.S. The Ligamenta Alaria as a Cause of In¬ 
ternal Derangements of the Knee-Joint. 

Franks, Kendal, F. R.C.S. Subcuticular Suture. 

Stokes, Sir Wm. Thyrotomy in Laryngeal Cancer. 

Keetley, C. B., Esq. (London). Compression of the Abdominal Aorta by 
an Instrument passed through a Small Opening in the Anterior V'all 
of the Abdomen. 

Keller, Otto E., M.D. (London). Trephining in a Case of Actinomycosis 
of Brain. 

Silk, J. F. W., M.D. (London). Ether as an Adjunct to Nitrous Oxide 
Ancesthesia in Minor Surgery; with some general remarks upon 
Ether Narcosis and the teaching of Anesthetics. 

Adams, W., Esq. (London). On the Successful treatment of Cases of 
Congenital Displacement of the Hip-joint by Complete Recumbency 
with Extension for two years. 

Hern, John, M. D. (Darlington). The Advisability of Aspiration of the 
Protruded Gut in Recently Strangulated Hernia, and Notes of Cases. 
Hume, G. H., M.D. (Newcastle). On combined External and Internal 
Urethrotomy in the Treatment of certain cases of Stricture. 

Jones, Robert, Esq. (Liverpool). 1. The Treatment of Joint Disease by 
Prolonged Fixation. 2. The Treatnient of Certain Cases of Peri¬ 
rectal Abscess by Partial Removal of the Sacrum. 

Otis, F. N., M.D. (New York). A Resume of the Expe.ience of Seventeen 
Years in the Operation of Dilating Urethrotomy. 

Warren, J. H., M.D. An Improved Method for the Radical Cure of 
Inguinal, Femoral, and Umbilical Hernia by the Formation of a 
Reinforced Cicatrix at the Site of Rupture. 





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40 

. io-.(JoH OYfif4 7/ ijjiIi'iA .prrrol/. viniH 

of Talipes Equino-varus, with Suggestions as best ,M^|th^(i,.pf 

Performing the Operation. 

n.WiJl,4iow ^, Qase_;,Qf I?pi;^hte B^vip^-lCoHey’s 
nod/ o^t)©ration, ioi)T /iM ,ihp;indnih3) 9[jjf,nBanA.ioe!f:oloiS! .y^nb/^l 
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Section C.—OBSTETRIC MEDICINE: 


GYNyECOLQGY. 

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C. Obstetric Medicine' J. 

^Culikigivortbj M.D*0 Yi^-Brj^dant^A; Jamba^JJi-aithjHisiite'j'/M.J^. 

Byers, M.D. Honorary .S'ecre^arir^j ,E,r,]VLT).^.>St,.ii[ilArk,V.House, 
Leeds I;: Peter H©rrociks<r'M.D.,iP'y St. Thoniias’siSfepe^t, S.^. njibioT, ,<rYOJil 

The foUowing papers will be read in ,the orde'^^^giYeh!^'/!)^ Thursday, 
' 10 'OonBla'i .; I ‘ f^nivP .obIuTI ' aI .1/ .xmiiilx// I- ,htim// 

August loth:— . 

■■ :°il-ol.i .•'■iiA (- •' ■•'SMgi ^ ■■i.'B'K.ui .-i:i It age -77 .'dBm 

Croom, J. Hxilliday, M.D. 1. On the Shedding of the Decidual Membrane 
,, Jq ^);^jin tj^e Pq^r^e^iijpi.|j,.,^^j 0^-jEno^ste4 Xub^rcuki;,^eritoi}i;tjs, 
simulating Ovarian tafltftllr,,, ^ 

Jones, M. Handheld, M^P>,'OftljCardiaie, Jnsuffipipncly ia,,itS’'rel?i)ti<Wi1lo 
Abortion. .iooubJ iBogaYiRJ . v. iVilT .mV/ h8 ,r..T>iOT> 
'(!lA!^Ehoii/'J'Mtir&o<$h,9iM. D.noi08G8$,¥ean Section,’ *with Notes tt secohd 
11b 7/ I'^feu^efefesfnXoSseycR'jqt) Unm'r:. b a. oidd bs&gBq dn-jraij’fdgnf xib 

Lawrence. A. E. Au&t, M.D. Notes on Cases of Odhfceki^ Pdst^Partnm 
b'di gniniflqeiT -nobiioJ; .0 .17 , .3 oJdO .niiJ.iaJ 

Ro:ppRTS,^^A^thur,^M ^ Conceale^o^ Ante^Partpm^Ia^o^^^ '{u>' 

,;^PIvE^;r 41q3iaq4^r, ., ^F.K.Q,C.P^,I. ],. ^ ^^ditipnal ^,'J’ra,dtion. ,i^/ Forceps 

Cases as an Alt^fpative to Craniptomyi. : 2|» ^Plugging 

io a9fj: tlie^Cepvi?t,ytqridpMetrorrhagia,,o .(nobnoJi .pg3 ,.Y7 
• •■'iiedjnrjuoH oi hqmoO vd dnioi-qiH od.-t to InomaoBlqgiG iBirnognoO 
- . * fB9 Tno //^d not noign9jx3 ddiv/ 

odd lo rioidB'iiqaA J ■ ^drlidcgi/bA 9il'J' .(nodgnil7/a(D <1.17 .irdoT, /r.iVdH. 

aarso io uato D.^rUBLIC MEDICINEd“’d „ 

iBfi'isdnl ORB lejy . 1 j.aai.ijiioo u< ^ ■■■■■•'''/fs ■'. •* . i l ,f.) .hk jH 

' oarrt'1.- HALL^f’'»n. .roitoU 

/d 9gB98i(I dniol 30 dnejuJr.. il m' ' •>oqT97iJ; .]>g3 'lodoJ ,<.0 ' 

' -'fe. ^‘Pt5^ib''Mfeflidii^E. ^Pi^mekt, Edward Baflatfll M.-DiV'^F.'R. C. P. , 
F.R.S. Vice - Pre^dcklii,'' Gebrge Goldie, ^L.^‘.'C.P.‘,Editf4/- Beiijhnin A. 

' Whitdl^^, MlD. '\Hbmrary Secretariesf GedTge‘B^tes, M.B.^ F.fe.t?.SI, 
35, Gloucester Placdj'Hyde Park,-W. ; Arthur'Stdpfbrd UnJerhilC, M.D., 
■^'D.P.H!, Gt^at‘ferid^e, Tipton, Staff^^ ^ 

■ ■<■' noidBin'e-I idd - ' in-eiH , Juir: D. r. iriaH ,b;njm"ffl . 

The following special ,subject^ mUJ jDe^jCQnsideijexk aiij^tM^^^pj^tion on 
Thursday, August 15th. ' 





^^.^]BiS^ri^ectiGn^abci' Isol\.tioih':)^iiii ^j)ecial reference to tUe 
<CDntrol of Epidemics. Dr. C. H. Allfrey (St. Mary Cray) will read a 
paper on “‘The Management'of Infectious. Diseases ip; Hotejs.-'^ Dr. W. 
Squire will read a paper on “Disinfection and Isolation as necessary to the 
Control of Epidemics/V .Dr. C; R. Drysdale (Londop), Dr. E. \Y. |Iope, 
and Dr. Joseph Loane i(Don,dQn)iwill take part in;thip idisoussiqu. 

■-.i ■ r-,. . - >{'(-.■• i (i ]/ 

2. Town Refuse ; its, Treatment and iDisposil. Excremental 
Matter: its Treatment and'Disposal by other’Methods than that of Sewei-s{ 
Dr. E. Sfade-KingTJlfraCombe) .wilL read a paper oivr “ Town Refuse its 
ColldctioiTkndDisposal ih'Smaller Towns.’’ Dr. M. Grreenwood, jun.^ will 
read a paper on “Dusting in our'Large Towms,”'and will take part in tbe dis.- 
cussion on “ Town Refuse : its Treatment and pispos|i|.’’. Dr. D. E. Flinn 
(Kingstown), Dr. G. E. J. Greene (Ferns^, and Others will also take part in 
this discussion. Dr. C. F. Moore, Dublin, will' Odhtribilte Notes on the 
Disposal of Town Rdfdsb^ahd Excremental Maiten^ '' ' ' * 

; ■ : • • - . . •! i/i . // .-q 

. The;follp^v^ing furtberpaperp are annorinced, i .t*.. .'.,'1 , ,.•-// 

Flinn, D. E., F.R.C.S.I. (Kingstown). On the Public Cleansjing of Towns 
' > /.JO viewed in Relation to Public Health; - ,, ,, , ‘ 

•JilRitspJ. Brindley, M;R.C.Si (London).' / 1. Town Refuse : its Tx,eatmeflit 
>o eifi'and Disposaladf b . J' ■ j ; io ... i. [[: 

King, E. Slade, M.O.H. tGreat Torrington). Town Refuse: its Collection 
and Disposal in the Smaller Towns. ^.aoibb/ fii'j ' 'I 


■'‘^'SectVc^ E/LpsYCHOLOGY. 

(Cl'As^' I^oom 3, 'SchodL b'F 'Sci'^'t^ce! ) 

D'.'.Hack Tiike,' F.R.'OiP., L'L.D; Vhe- 
P/es Reval^llewid, H llingrbSe Atkins, M.D. Honorary 

^e6reiartS\ Jplm'Gtelg McDSWill, M.D. , Menstbii Asyl um, rieai^ Leeds ; 
Robei’t 'J^ercy Smil;hYM.D‘^,^B^Ihlem Royal Dfospitdl, S.E. ' '' 

, p'Tb^fobqiyung papers ^r^, promised .h, iM /* . jj/- 

Wld'&tysVoRTH; 'J.', M.D. (l)lNote on Optic Nerve Atrophy Preceding the 
,l.;gnooMeiit&F!Syihptoms* of-General Paralysis.' (2) On Eibrinous Menri- 
ui ibrafibs Within theiSpinal canal occurring in the Insane. 

VoisiN, Professeur Aug. (of the Salpetriere). On the Use of Hypnotic 
Suggestion as a means [pf T^ea^^^ent in Mental Alienation and Allied 
Nervous Affection. 

’ On’RypnO'tisinl wif^ referenda to Certaih 

''’^^^Expefimenis'at La^feMpd'tfi^^^^^ ■ • • ' ■/, , 

Bgllen, F. St; Jb’:VnVM.'R;C.§y'Afi feily^s of PontHmem Exam¬ 

inations ofat'the “VValiefield Adylt^m’during a 
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Section F.— PATHOLOGY AND PHYSIOLOGY- S" 

(Physics Lecture Room, No. 11, School of Science.) ^ 

F. Pathology and Physiology.— Joseph Coats, M.D. Vice- K jj 
Presidents, Thomas Churton, M.D. ; De Burgh Birch, M.D. Honorary' m jj 
Secretaries, Ernest Henry Jacobs, M. D., 12, Park Street, Leeds; T. ^ 
Wardrop Griffith, M.D., 23, Park Square, Leeds. j,,, 

A discussion on the subject of Fever udll be opened by Dr. T. J. 
Maclagan. Dr. Gairdner, Dr. Dreschfeld, Dr. Handford, Dr. Broadbent, 
and Dr. Sims Woodhead will take part in the discussion. 

The following further papers are announced : 

Churton, Dr. Indicanuria. 

Crooke, G. F., M.D. The Histology of Bright’s Disease. 

Mott, F. W., M.D. The Pathology of Cardiac Failure. 

Williams, Roger, Esq. The Neoplastic Process from an Evolutional 
Standpoint. 

The Pathological Museum will be held in the Chemical Laboratory of 
the Leeds School of Science (Mechanics’ Institute). Dr. Bevan Rake- 
will show a series of preparations illustrative of the various lesions of S 
Leprosy. 

President’s Address. fl 


Section G.—OPHTHALMOLOGY. 


(Class Room .5, School of Science.) 

G. Ophthalmology. — President, George Anderson Critchett, F.R.C.S. 
Edin. Vice-Presidents, John Albert Nunneley, M.B. ; George A. Berry,. 
M.B. Honorary Secretaries, Gustavus Hartridge, F.R.C.S., 65, Green 
Street, Grosvenor Square, "W. ; R. N. Hartley, M.B., 29, Blenheim 
Terrace, Leeds. 


Mr. Jonathan Hutchinson will open a discussion on the Treatment 
of Glaucoma. Messrs. Couper, Frost, Evan Jones, Green, Griffith, 
Hutchinson, Little, Mackinlay, Macnaughton Jones, Prichard, Scougal,. 
Sympson, Tweedy, Cant, and Lloyd Owen have promised to take part in 
the discussion. " 

The folloAving further papers are announced : 

Benson, A. H , M.B. Pulsating Tumour of Orbit cured by Digital Pressure.. 

Cant, W. J., M.R.C.S. A Case of Paralysis of the Right External Rectus 
Muscle after Injury to the Left Temple {contre coux) ?). 

Cross, F. Richardson, M.R.C.S. Muscular Advancement. 

Ford, Vernon, M.R.C.S. The Value of Peritomy in Ulcers of the Cornea, etc.. 

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i Frost, W. Adams, F.R.C.S., will show a series of Ophthalmoscopic Drawings 
thrown on to a Screen. 

Grossman, K. I. Blenorrhoea Neonat'>rnm. 

Hartridge, G., F.R.C.S., Case of Pulsating Exophthalmos cured sponta- 
I neously by suppuration of Contents of Orbit. 

Hern, John, M.D. Sclerotitis from Dental Irritation. 

Hewetson, H. B., M.R.C.S. Series of cases of Interstitial Keratitis 
treated by Syndectomy. 

Johnson, G. L.,F.R C.S. Observations on the Therapeutical Action of the 
Violet and Ultra-violet Rays of Light on Vision. 

Money, Angel, M.D. Sudden Transient Ocular Phenomena in Children. 

Mules, P. H., M.D. Peripheral Neuritis of the Ophthalmic Division of 
the Fifth Nerve, and its Clinical Bearings. 

Thompson, J. T., M.B. (1) A Note on a case of Superficial Keratitis in¬ 
duced by Aniline Violet. (2) Necrosis of Cornea from Contact with 
Crude Creasote. 


Section H.—DISEASES OF CHILDREN. 

(Class Room 1, School of Science.) 

H. Diseases of Children.— President, Thomas Scattergood, M.R.C.S. 
Vice-Presidents, Richard Favell, M.R.C.S. ; A. H. Carter, M.D. Honorary 
Secretaries, Walter Henry Brown, F.RC.S.L, 19, Queen Street, Leeds; 
Angel Money, M.D., F.E.C.P., 24, Harley Street, Cavendish Square, W. 

A discussion on the following subject will take place: The paralyses 
of the first two years of life. What is the relative frequency 
of paralysis from brain, cord, and nerve disease ? What is the 
nature of the changes in the centres aod nerves ? This will 
probably be opened by the Honorary Medical Secretary. Papers will be 
read on the various forms of infantile paralysis: spastic paraplegia, con¬ 
genital chorea, infantile palsy, and diphtheritic paralj'sis. 

Surgical Portion .—Subject for discussion : The Surgical Treatment 
of the Various Congenital Malformations. Mr. Walsham and Mr. 
Morgan w’ill take part in the discussion. 

The following further papers are announced : 

Ballantyne, J. W., M.B., F. R.C.S.Ed. Sclerema and (Edema of New¬ 
born Infants. 

Churchill, F., M.D. Hare-lip Operations. 

Churton, T., M.D., Meningitis following slight Injuries to the Head. 
Morgan, J. H., F.R.C.S. Congenital IMalformations. 

Warner, F., M.D. The Frequency of Coincidental Defects in Develop¬ 
ment as seen in Children. 







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Section L—LARYNGOLOGY. 

(Glass Room 2, Sc-hool oe Science.) 

1. Laryngology. —Henry T. Butlin^ F.R.C.S. Vice-Pr€§iden^^^ ^ 
Fi’ancis de Havillaiid Hall, M.D. ; Richard A. Hayes, M. D. Honorar,^ jj 
Secretaries, Greville Macdonald, M.H., 47, Queen Anne Street,, Cavendish i 
Square, \V. ; Barclay J. I-aron, AI.D., 16, Whiteladies Road, Bristol, j 

The following subject is proposed for special discussion : j 

Perichondritis of the Larynx: its Etiolpgy, Pathology, Syni-^ j 
ptoms, and Treatment. 

The following gentlemen have promised papers on this subject ; Bn. I 
de Havilland Hall, Dr. G. Macdonald, Dr. David Newman, and Dr. Soanes i 
Spicer ; and the following will take part in the discussions : Dr. Duudas 
Grant, Dr. Hodgkinson, Mr. T. Mark Hovell, Dr. C. J. Lewis, Dr. S. Moritz, 

Dr. G. Hunter Mackenzie, Dr. Scanes Spicer, Mr. G. Eland Stewart, 

Dr. Archibald Garrod, Dr. Warden, Dr. A. Mantle. 

The following further papers are announced: . J 

Hailes, W. J., M.D. (Albany, N.Y.). Intubation of the Larynx, 60 Cases, ,1 
20 Recoveries, with Instruments. i 

Lawrence, L. H., F.R.C.S. Granular Pharyngitis. 

Spicer, R. H. Scanes, M.D. Throat and Nose Afiections in Children as 
Causes of.Functional Nervous Disorders. . y; •; > 

_ ./ .rivU I-.-m/. 



Section J.-OTOLOGY. ;; 


(EViR'IEq to 


(Elementary. Divlsion, Mech^anics’ Institute.) 


lo 


J. Otology. — President, George P. Field, M.R.C.S. Vice-Presiderds, 
Frederick Morrish Pierce, M.D. ; Henry Bendelack Hewetson, M.R.C.S^ 
Honorary Secretaries, Adolf Bronner, M. D., 33, Manor Row, Bradford ; 
<G. \Villiam Hill, M. B., 21, Wimpole St., W. 


The following subject is proposed for formal discussion : 


The Diagnosis, with Special Reference to Localisation, of 
Intracranial Les'ons the result of Aural Disease. 

The discussion will be opened by Mr. Cumberbatch and Dr. William 
Macewen, of Glasgow ; Dr. Hughlings Jackson, Dr. Broadbent, Professor 
Ferrier, and Professor Horsley will speak on tlie same subject. ' 

The following otologists have also intimated their.intention of, joining up 
the discussion : Clarence J. Blake, M.D. (Bpston, U.S.A.), Professor 
Urban Pritchard, M.D, (London), H. Macnaiighton Jones, M.D. (London), 






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- irilO ;5rr.i iC) i ^ 

J. Dundas Grant, M.D. (London), W. R. H. Stewart, F-R.C.S.Ed. 
{London), ^P^ald Stewart, M.D. (Nottingham), Dr.., .Charles . \Varden 
<(Bir,wngham), Mr. ;t^ennox Browne, G, J. IVIackesy, M.B., L. ilackesy, 
M.R., J. Epskine, M.3.j,(^Grlasgow), and Mr. Richard WiUjarps. mm) 

The following papsrs will be read :— : • - rf-ji , r 

Barr,’ Thomas, M.D. (Glasgow). Will show Sections of Temporal Bones 
from Cases of Intracranial Disease illustrative of the various 
directions' by wTiich DiSeas6 of the Middle Ear may extend to the 
‘ ^ Interiot'of ^4he Crahiiim.’ lo . , ,, 

Har^LRy, R.'N'.', M.fe. (Le^ds). AbseeSs of Right Temporo-Sphenoidal 
Lo’bd f(^llovt^ihg'*^dld Middle "^^ar Disease. (Trephined and drained : 
Recovery : Patient Shown,) ' ■ 

LE:^,><ChhWds O j; ADRvC.S. (Liverpool), A case-of Cerebral Tumour Com¬ 
plicated with Symptoms of Acute Otitis. 

CDtrs'ik:9,i W'ardl M.D. (Portsinouth).V/ On a Nevt Antiseptic Ear Drum. 

(Specimen shown.) 'iii. HA. 

BLAKfe, 0lareiid(6f'(New York) Remarks on the Mechanical Ti'eatment of 
the effects of Chronic Catalrrhal and CliTO-nte Supplirativ'e Inflamma¬ 
tion of the Middle Ear. 

Sexton^ (New York). Operation for Deafness and Tinnitus due to 
Immobilisation of the Ossieles, and for Otorrhoea. 

Dr. Ward Cousins will give a Demonstration on the 
Value of Antiseptic Artificial Drums, at 2.15 p.m., 
Medical Out-patient Eoom, Leeds Infirmary. 


Section K.—PHARMACOLOGY AND 
THERAPEUTICS. 


(Class Room 10, School of Science.) 

K. Pharmacology and Therapeutics. — President, Sir William Roberts, 
M.D., F.R.S. Vice-Presidents, T. Cranstoun Charles, M.D. ; I. Burney 
Yeo, M.D. Honorary Secretaries, John B. Hellier, M.D., 1, De Grey 
Terrace, Leeds ; Dawson Williams, M.D., 25, Old Burlington Street, W. 

At 10 am, on Thursday, August 15th, a discussion on Foods fcr 
Invalids and. Infants will be introduced by Dr. Burney Yeo, and Dr. 
Sidney Martin. Dr. E. D. Mapother, Dr. T. Cranstoun Charles, Mr. R. 
W. Parker, and Dr. S. McBeaii (Newcastle) Mill take part in the 
• discussion. 

The following papers have been promised : 

Eharteris, Professor M., and Maclennan, W., M.B. Experimental Re¬ 
search on the General Comparative Action of the Natural and Arti¬ 
ficial Salicylic Acids and their Salts of Sodium. 






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Solly, Samuel E., M.K.C S., L.S.A. (Colorado Springs). On the Climate' 
of Colorado. 

Yeo, I. Burney, M.D. (London), and Schetclig, Arnold, M.D. (Nervi). 

On the Treatment of Phthisis by Hypodermic Injection of Guaiacol. 
Crocker, H. Radcliffe, M.L>., on Anthrarobin and the Sozoiodols in the 
Treatment of Skin Diseases. 

Illingworth, C. R., M.D. (Accrington). The Therapeutics of the 
Biniodide of Mercury. 

Pearse, T. F., M.R.C.P. , M.R.C.S. On the Use and Abuse of Soap. 
Haig, A., M.A , M.D. The influence of Opium and Morphioe on Uric 
Acid considered with reference to the Action in Health and Disease. 
Woods, Hagh, M.D. (Highgate). The Oxyiodides of Calcium and 


Bismuth. 

Charles, T. Cranstoun, M.D. (London). 1. Some Cases of Diabetes. 
2. On Ichthyol. 

Greene, G. E. J., L.K.Q.C.P.I. (Wexford). Lychnis Floscuculli in Renal 
and Vesical Afifections. 

Murray, W., M.D. (Newcastle-on-Tyne). On the Removal of Renal 
Calculi by Toxic Doses of Belladonna. 





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Btittsl) Jlcbtcal Association. 

I - 

REGULATIONS FOR THE CONDUCT OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETINGS OF 
THE BRITISH MEDICAL ASSOCIATION. 

1 General Control of Meeting^. 

' 1. The programme of the Annual General Meeting shall be under the 

control of the Council. The following Regulations shall guide the Com- 
r- mittee of Arrangement and any local Committee that may be formed :— 

Necessity of Limiting* the Expenditure. 

2. The gradual and constant increase of the Members of the Rritish 
I Medical Association renders it expedient to express the strong opinion of 
[ the Council that the medical men of the locality at wJiioh the Association 

holds its Meeting should not deem it necessary to incur a large expenditure, 
as otherwise the choice of a place of meeting must be more and more 
S limited to the larger towns of the kingdom. 

Annual Dinner. 

3. The Annual Dinner shall be under the control of the Council. 

Papers to be read at Meeting*. 

4. All Papers intended to be read at the Annual Meeting shall be for¬ 
warded, together with an Abstract, to the Secretaries of Sections ten days 
before the Annual Meeting takes place, excepting the Addresses of the 
Presidents of Sections or the Addresses to be delivered in General Meeting. 

' Directions for Sections. 

5. The Presidents, Vice-Presidents, and Secretaries of Sections shall 
form a Committee of Reference, with power to accept, decline, or postpone 
any Paper, and to arrange the order in which the Papers shall be read. 

Grouping of Papers for Discussion. 

6. The Papers in each Section shall, as far as possible, be grouped 
together, so as to ensure a general discussion on kindred subjects. 

Length of Time to be occupied by Papers or Speeches. 

7. No communication shall occupy more than fifteen minutes, and no 
person shall be permitted to speak more than once or for more than ten 
minutes during the discussion thereon. 

Resolutions at Annual Meetings. 

8. No Motion shall be brought forward at the Annual Meeting unless it 
has been proposed by the Council or a Committee of the Association, or 
notice of the same shall have been given on the previous day, in writing, to 
the General Secretary, to be entered on the Agenda of the day and printed 
in the Daily Journal. This does not apply to Amendments moved in due 
form. 

Meeting of Council. 

9. The Council of the Association shall meet on the first day of the 
Annual Meeting, and the First General Meeting of the Association shall be 
held in the evening. 

Reports of Committee. 

10. All Reports of Committees of the Association shall be printed in the 
•Journal before the Annual Meeting. 







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of Jlflemljcis 


WHO HAVE REGISTERED THEIR NAMES. 


7t Abraham, P, S., M.D., 11, Nottingham Place, London, ; Ptccejjtion 
Room. 

Acland, T. D., M.D., 7, Brook Street, ^Y. ; T. P. Teale’s, Cookridge St. 

1 Adams, W., 5, Henrietta Street, Cavendish Square ; Great Northern liotel. 
i Aldridge, C., M.D., Plympton Hou^e, Plympton, South Devon; Great 
i Northern Hotel. 

( Allbutt, H. A., 24, Park Square, Leeds. 

I Allfrey, C, H., M.D., St. Mary Cray ; 1, Moorland Terrace. 

Allan, J., M.D., Beckett Street, Leeds. 

Althorp, C, F. M., Bradford infirmary. 

Allingham, H. W., 25, Grosvenor Street, London, W, ; West Riding Hotel, 
Amyot, T. E., Diss, Norfolk ; Red Lion Hotel. 

Anderson, J., M.D., 105, Gloucester Place, Portman Square, London; 
Studley Royal, Ripon. 

Anderson, T., M.D., Stonegate, Vork ; Mr. Mayo Robson, Hillary Place. 
Anderson, Mrs. Garrett, M;D., 4, Upper Berkeley Street, London; 

Quarry dene, Weetwood, Leeds. 

Anningson, J. W., 11, Yorkshire Street, Burnley ; Patk House, Aberford. 
Appleton, R. C., The Bar House,Beverley; Cliffe Lodge, Hyde Park, Leeds. 
Aplin, Alfred, M.D., County Asylum, Sneinton, Nottingham; Queen's 
Hotel. 

Arlidge, .T. T., M.D., The High Grove, Stoke-upon-Trent; Bridge House, 
Haworth, Keighley. 

Arthur, J., Wingate, Ferry hill, co. Durham ; Griffin Hotel. 

Ashby, H., M.D., The Lindens, Victoria Park, Manchester; John Red- 
mayne, Esq., Grove House, Headingley. 

Atkinson, F. E., Settle ; 16, Blenheim Terrace. 

Atkinson, G. P., Pontefract ; 2, Eldon Place. 

Atkins, R., M.D., District Lunatic Asylum, Waterford; Adel Grange,. 
Leeds. , 

Atkinson, R., Cliflfe Cottag-^, Rippondon, Halifax. 

Atkinson, Edward, 16, Blenheim Terrace, l.eeds. 

Barr, J., M.D., Liverpool,; West Riding Hotel. 

Barr, T., M.D., 7, Albany Place, Glasgow ; 18, Mount Preston. 

Barber, F. S., Bradford. 

Ball, A., York. 







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Bates, \V. K., Addingham. 

Bailey, T. R., M.D.,Ediii., Bilston, Staffs. ; 31, Whetley Hill, Bradford. 
Billaree, E., M D, 12, Highbury Terrace, N. ; Fredk. Baines. Esq., West- 
wood Lodge, Leeds. 

Barlow, J., M.D., 27, Elmbank Crescent, Glasgow ; 31, Lyddon Terrace, 
Leeds. 

Bacon, Alfred Thomas, West Field, Leeds. 

Bampton, H., M.D., Brookfield, Ilkley. 

Barnes, H., M.I)., Carlisle. 

Balding, D. B., Royston, Cambs. ; 29, Sholebroke Avenue. 

Bartram, J. S., Bath ; Mr. Ryder, Glenhow Hill. 

Barnes, R., M.D., 15, Harley Street, London ; Dr. Braithwaite’s. 

Barron, G. B., M.D., Southport; Great Northern Hotel. 

Baron, B. J., M.B., 16, Whiteladies Road, Clifton, Bristol; Mr. J. 

Whiting, 2, Regent Villas, Headingley. 

Balknill, William E., 14, Old Cavendish Street, Cavendish Square, Lond. 

Elm Bank, Cleckheaton. 

Barley, Henry, M.D., Green Cottage, Holbeck. 

Barley, David Henry, M.D., Grove House, Beckett Street. 

Barrs, Alfred G., M.D., 22, Park Place, Leeds. 

Bateman, F., M.B., Lond.,Whitchurch, Oxon., near Reading;Mr. Isitt, St. 

Mark’s Cottage, Woodhouse Lane. 

Baker, J. W., Derby ; Queen’s Hotel. 

Bateman, F., M.D., Norwich ; Marshall Stables, Esq., Hope Villa, Arraley. 
Banks, W. M., 28, Rodney Street, Liverpool; Mr. T. P. Teale’s. 

Bell, R., M.D., 29, Lymdock Street, Glasgow ; The Elms, Chapel-Allerton. 
Bell, J. H., M.D., 1, Hallfield Road, Bradford, 

Beach, F., M.B., Darenth Asylum, Hartford, Kent; Granby Hotel, 
Harrogate. 

Bendelenbury, F., M.D., Bonn; Mr. Wilson, Osborne Terrace. 

Beck, F. E., Surgeon, Belfast; Albion Hotel. 

Bernard, W., 14, Queen Street, Londonderry ; Mrs. Hepworth, 37, Mount 
Preston. 

Beattie, G. W., M.D., Peel House, Fadsworth. 

Biden, Charles Walter, M.R.C.S.,E., 15, Virginia Road, Leeds. 

Birch, de Burgh, Professor Physiology, Yorkshire College, 16, De Grey 
Terrace, Leeds. 

Birt, C., Surgeon, Army Medical Staff, Barracks, York. 

Bishop, E. S., Ardwick, Manchester; Phoenix, Leeds. 

Bickerton, T. H., S8, Rodney Street, Liverpool ; 11, Hanover Square, Leeds. 
Birt, A., M.B., Durham County Asylum, Sedgefield, Durham ; 9,Claren¬ 
don Place, Leeds. 

Blair, R.,M.D., Anglesey House, Goole; T.E. Pritt, Lyntonville, Headingley. 
Blore, I., M.D., Cheetham Hill; Borough Hospital, Leeds. 

Bland, A. W. Hamilton, M. D., 33, Rosary Gardens, London, S.W. ; 
Queen’s Hotel. 

Blandford, J. W., North Stockton-on-Tees ;] Bull and Mouth Hotel. 


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? Blackman, J. G., M.D., Poplar House, Kingston Crescent, Portsmouth; 
^ 49, Springfield Place, Leeds. 

If Blake, C. J., M.D., Professor of Otology, Haward, Boston, U.S.A. 
i; Booth, P. L., 14, Hartington Street, Barrow ; Bull and Mouth Hotel. 

i Bowman, B. M., Ripon. 

Bodken, W., M.H., Chelmsford; Trevelyan Hotel. 

Bond, F. F., M.H., Rastrick. 

Boddy, H. W., M.H., Cheetham Hill, Manchester. 

Broadbent, W. H., M.D., 34, Symon Street, Portmen Square, London ; Hr. 

I Edison’s, Leeds. 

j Brookhouse, J. 0., M.H., Nottingham ; Queen’s Hotel, Leeds. 

Broughton, H. T., Heckmondwike. 

i Brown, G., 29, Threadneedle Street, London, E.C.; Bur wood House, Bacup. 

Browne, Sir J. C., M.H., Lord Chancellor’s Visitor, 7, Cumberland 
” Terrace, Regents Park, London ; Gledhow Hall, near Leeds, 
ij Braithwaite, James, M.H., 16, Clarendon Road, Leeds. 

Brown, Charles Gage, Companion of St. Michael and St. George, M.H., 
88, Sloane Street, London, S. W. ; 30, Brunswick Terrace, Harrogate. 
Broadbent, S. W., Halton-le-dale, Sunderland ; Hr. Hunter, Pudsey. 
Briscoe, J. E., General Infirmary, Leeds. 

Brown, Walter Henry, 19, Queen Street, Leeds, 

Bryson, M., 4, Tower Street, York. 

Bristowe, J. S., M.H., 13, Old Burlington Street, London; Mr. Pridgin 
Teale's. 

I Brondbent, G. H., 8, Ardwick Green, Manchester. 

Bridgwater, T., M.B., Harrow; Mr. Wheelhouse. 

Brierley, J. B., M. H., Alma House, Old Traflford, Manchester. 

! Bronner, A., M.H., 33, Manor Row, Bradford. 

Brown, J. W. H., Ripley House, Holbeck. 

Britton, T., M.H., Harrogate. 

Brett, A. T., M.H., Watpid House, Watpid, Herts. ; 99, Queen’s Hotel. 
Brown, G,, Brunswick Street, Batley. 

Bryan, E., Idle. 

Briggs, G. J., Spring Bank, Hull. 

Brown, J., M.B., Bacup. 

Browne, J. W., M.H., 10, College Square, North Belfast; Queen’s Hotel, 
Leeds. 

Browne, L., 36, Weymouth Street, London ; Queen’s Hotel. 

Brereton, J. B., Gildersome. 

Butlin, H. T., 82, Harley Street, London ; Imperial Hotel. 

Buck, C. W., Surgeon, Settle ; Wellgarth House, Armley. 

Buck, Joseph, Union Infirmary, Beckett Street, Leeds. 

Burrows, E., M.H., Marnhull, Anerley Hill, Upper Norwood, London, S.E.; 
Great Northern Hotel. 

Burke, W. H., M.B., c/o Grindlay & Co., 55, Parliament Street, 
London; Albion Hotel, Leeds. 

Buchanan, H. H., M.B., Kirkgate, Thirsk ; 21, Mount Preston. 

Buncle, A., M.B.,Ed., Purstone, Pontefract; Conservative Club. 

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Byers, J. W., M.D., Lower Crescent, Belfast; Dr. J. Braithwaite, Little 
Woodhouse, Leeds. I 


Carter, D’ArcyB., Shipley. 

Carter, Eustace, Chapel-Allerton, Leeds. ^ 

Carter, T., Richmond, Yorks. ; Moorham, Headingley. j 

Cartwright, J. P., Oswestry ; 2, Dunorlan Terrace, Harrogate. ■> 

Carter, F. R., Savile House, Potternewton, Leeds. 

Carter, W. R , M.B., Rastrick. Yorks. 

Carter, J. B., Elm House, Chapel-Allerton. i 

Cameron, M., M.D., 7, Newton Terrace, Glasgow; West Riding Hotel; 
Leeds. 

Cameron, J. S., M.D., 51, New North Road, Huddersfield. , | 

Cant, N. J. Lincoln ; Griffin Hotel. • ^ 

Caverhill, T. F. S., 8a, Abercromby Place ; 11, Newton Road, Leeds. - i 
Callcott, J. T.. M.D., Borough Asylum, Newcastle-on-Tyne ; Menston. 
Carter, G., Ilkley. 

Carline, W. A., M.D., Lincoln. 

Carson, T. J., 117, Union Street, Oldham. 

Campbell, C. G., Uppermill, Saddleworth. . 

Chambers, H. W., Cottingham, East Yorkshire. 

Chestnutt, J., Howden. 

Chapman, S. A., M.D., Burghill, Hereford; Imperial HoteL 
Chaffers, E., Keighley. 

Charles, T. C., M.D., Albert Mansions, 106, Victoria Street, London, S.W. 
Mr. Blacklock’s, Headingley. 

Child, Herbert, 8, Monk’s Road, Lincoln; Warrell’s Grove, Bramley. 
Churton, Thomas, M.D., 35, Park Square, Leeds. 

Chadwick, Charles M., 3, Park Square, Leeds. 

Clayton, Arthur J., 115, Roundhay Road. 

Clarke, W. B., M.B., 46, Harley Street, London, W. ; Queen’s Hotel 
Clark, R., Lancaster; 22, Park Place. 

Clark, D. M., Anston, Rotherham. 

Clark, W. F., Cheshunt, Herts; The Firs, Cowick, Selby. 

Clark, M. R., Harthill, Sheffield. 

Clark, J. C., Bank House, Morley. 

Clarke, J. C., Farnworth, Bolton. 

Coats, J., M.D., Glasgow ; Mrs. Francis Lupton, Beechwood, Roundhay. 
Collins, W. J., M.D., 1, Albert Terrace, Regent Park ; Mount Pleasant, 
Leeds. 

Collier, T. Ripon. 

Cocking, W. T., M.D. Lond., 277, Glossop Road. 

Conechy, J. M., M.B, West End House, Bramley, Leeds. 

Court, W., 17, Folds Road, Bolton; Victoria Hotel. 

Cosgrave, A., Bradshaw, Bolton-le-Moors ; Victoria Hotel. 

Cousins, J. Ward, M.D,, Portsmouth ; Great Northern Station Hotel. 
Cornish, W. R., Surgeon-General, 8, Cresswell Gardens, London, S.W. 






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i Cox, F. A., M.B., 50, South Street, Park Lane, London, W. ; Golden Lion 
Hotel. 

iV Corbin, M. A. B., Guernsey ; Queen’s Hotel. 

>* Coldstream, A. R., M.D., 24, Lurig Arno Nuovo, Florence ; The Vicarage, 

I J ^ > 3 7 7 0 7 

Leeds. 

^ Collier, S. R-, M.D., Clarence Villa, Hartfield Road, Wimbledon. 

! Coleman, H, W., The Lodge, Armley, Leeds. 

^ Craig, J. W., M. D., ITj Park Road, Bingley. 

; Crauford, A. W., M.B., Paisley ; West Riding. 

Crean, R., M.D., Montague House, Higher Broughton. 

; Crespi, A. J. H., Wimborne, 10, Park Place, Leeds. 

I Crew, J., Higham Ferrers. 

I Critchett, G. A., 21, Harley Street, London ; Great Northern Hotel, Leeds. 

) Crocker, James, Bingley. 

) Crofr, Edward Octavius, 8, Clarendon Road, Leeds. 

Crowe, G. W., M.D., Worcester; Herbert Rowe, Esq., Biliary Place. 
Crooke, G. F., M.D., General Birmingham, Birmingham ; 12, Park Street, 
with Dr. Jacob. 

Crocker, H. R., M.D., 121, Harley Street, London. 

! Cripps, H., 2, Stratford Place, London, W.; Queen’s Hotel. 

Cullingworth, C. J., M.D., London ; Prof. Wright, Lynton Villa, Virginia 
Road. 

Cuming. J., M.D., Belfast; Dr. Chadwick, 3, Park Square. 

Cutter, E., M.D., 1730, Broadway, New York. 


Davidson, W., Holme, York. 

Dalby, Sir W., 18, Savile Row, London ; Shaw House, Headingley. 

Dantre, S. H., M.D., Beoach, near Bombay; 49, Springfield Place. 

Davison, J., M.D., Bournemouth ; 20, Hyde Terrace, Leeds. 

I Davidson, A., M.D., Liverpool. 

Dancy, H. M., M.D., Surgeon, Southwell, Notts.; Queen’s Hotel. 

Davis, Arthur, M.B., Greenhead House, New Galloway, Scotland ; 33, 
Bagby Road. 

Davy, J., M.D., Gibbet Street, Halifax. 

Day, W. W., M.D., Church Street, Lower Edminton; Gt. Northern Hotel. 
Davis, Frederick Lionel, Holme Lea, Lyme Regis, Dorset. ; Leathley 
Lodge, Hunslet Road, Leeds. 

Derry, G. A., 31, Drumsheugh Gardens, Edinburgh; The Elms, Chapel- 
Allerton. 

Denton, S., M.D., New York ; Dr. Edison. 

Dewar, J., 132, Sloane Street, London. 

DeRenzy, Annesby Charles C., Airedale Terrace, Kirkstall. 

Denby, W., M.B., Jenny Lane, Baildon, near Bradford. 

Deville, T., M.D., Harrogate. 

Dempsey, A., M.D., Clifton Street, Belfast, Ireland; Crown Hotel, 
Harrogate. 

De Livera, E., M.B.,Cam., Ceylon ; 24, Hanover Street. 

De’Ath, G. H., Buckingham; Queen’s Hotel, Leeds. 





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1 

Dick, F., M.D., Surgeon-Major (retired), Lancaster. ■ 

Dickey, A., M.D., 11, Albert Road, Colne, Lancashire. 

Douglas, C., 12, New Walk, Leicester; Rhydding Grange, Ilkley. ■ 

Dobis, W., M.D., Townfield House, Keighley. 

Down, J. Langdon-, M.D., 81, Harley Street, London, W. ; Queen’s 
Hotel (No. 8), Leeds 

Dobson, Joseph, M.B., Burley Lawn, Leeds. 

Doyne, R. W., Oxford ; Elna Bank, North Park Road, Manningham. 

Dowse, T. S., M.D., 14, Welbeck Street; Ben Rhydding Hydro. 

Dolan, T. M., M.D., Horton House, Halifax. 

Douglas, W., M.D., Dalkeith House, Leamington Spa; Queen’s Hotel. 

Doran, A., 9, Granville Place, Portman Square, London ; BramhopeManor. 
Drummond, D., M.D., Saville Place, ]\ ewcastle-on-Tyne; Great Northern, 
Railway Hotel. 

Drake, F. H., Headingley. 

Drury, A., M.B., Landon House, Halifax. 

Drysdale, C. R.,M.D., 23, Sackville Street, Piccadilly, London; Mr. 0. 

Scatcherd, Morley, near Leeds. 

Draper, J. W,, Almondbur}^ Huddersfield. 

Dreschfeld, J., M.U., Professor of Pathology, Victoria University, 325, 
Oxford Road, Manchester. 

Draper, W., De Grey Bouse, York; The Leeds Club, Albion Place, and 
F. W. Lawson, Adel, Leeds. 

Dunn, H. P., 11, Nottingham Place, London, W.; Queen’s Hotel. 

Duke, A., 17, Upper Mount Street, Dublin; Albion Hotel. 

Dukes, Clement, M.D.,Lond., Sunnyside, Rugby; Roundhay Mount. 


Easby, W., M.D., Cowgate, Peterborough; Great Northern Hotel, Leeds. 

Eastes, T., M.D,, 3, Shakespeare Terrace, Folkestone; Belgaum, 

Woodhouse Lane, Leeds. 

Earley, C. R., Ridgway Place; Golden Lion Hotel. 

Eames, T. B., Barnfield House, Stoneclough, near Manchester; 29, Mount 
Preston. 

Eastwood, J. W., M.D.,Edin., Dinsdale Park, Darlington ; Golden Lion 
Hotel. 

Eastes, G., M.B , 35, Gloucester Place, Hyde Park, London, W. ; J. Lup- 
ton. Esq., Moorlands, Headingley. 

Eccles, A. S , M.B., 34, Leinster Square, Hyde Park, W.; Great 
Northern Hotel. 

Eddison, Jno. Edwin, M.D., Park Square, Leeds. 

Edge, A., M.D., 252, Oxford Street, Manchester. 

Edwards, E. H., M.B., 19, Pelham Place, South Kensington, London, 
S.W.; Beechwood, Rochdale. 

Ellis, R., 100, Ryehill, Newcastle-on-Tyne; Albion Hotel, Leeds. 

Evans, T. M., 17, Albion Street, Hull. 

Embleton, D., M.D., 19, Claremont Place, Newcastle-on-Tyne; Mrs. 
Greenhow’s, Newton Hall, Leeds. 


> Erskine, J., M.B., 6, Newton Street, Charing Cross, Glasgow; Mechanics^ 
Institute. 

jEv^elyn, A. D., M.B., Armoy Rectory, co. Antrim, Ireland; Stanningley. 
Exley, John, Grove House, New Wortley, Leeds. 

Ferguson, A. H., M.B., Winnipeg, Canada ; Queen’s Hotel, 
j Fennings, A., M.D., 76, Ladbroke Grove; 31, Springfield Place. 

I Felce, S., Henmure Lodge, Elgin Avenue, London; 37, Mount Preston. 

I Fegan, R., M.H,, Blackheath, London, S.E. ; Queen’s Hotel, Leeds, 
j Field, G. P., 34, Wimpole Street, ‘London, W. ; with T. R. Jessop, Esq., 

/ Roundhay Mount. 

I Finucane, Thorney Dawson, M.D., Black Rock, Co. Dublin; 41, Mount 
Preston. 

i' Fisher, E. D., M.D., New York City; Queen’s Hotel. 

I Fleck, E., M.D., Cologne, Germany, Urzulastr, 18; Northern Hotel. 

Fletcher, F. A. C., Crosshills, Keighley. 

I Fox, R, H., M.D., 23, Finsbury Square, E.C. ; c/o J. Whiting, Esq , Regent 
I Villas, Headingley. 

Forsyth, R., M.D., New Hall, Birstall. 

Foster, John, M.D., 113, Horton Lane, Bradford. 

Foreman, T. D., Denton; Northern Hotel (Hallam’s). 

Foss, R. W., M.D,, Stockton-on-Tees; Imperial Hotel. 

Foster, J., M.D., Bradford. 

Frank, Philip, M.D., Camies (France), 3, Elverton Place, London, 
S.W.; Middelton Hotel, likley. 

Frobisher, Wm. Martin, 189, Woodhouse Lane. 

Franks, K., M.D., 6, Fitzwilliam Square, Dublin; Queen’s Hotel, Leeds. 
Fryer, J., Batley Carr, Dewsbury. 

Freeman, A. J., M.D., San Remo, Italy; Queen’s Hotel. 

; Frost, W. A., 17, Queen Anne Street, London, W. ; Queen’s Hotel. 

Fyfe, G., M.D., Red Hall, Gainsborough, Lincolnshire; Bull and 
Mouth Hotel. 


Galton, J. H., M.D.,Lond., Chunam, Sylvan Road, Norwood ; Great 
Northern Station Hotel. 

Garrod, A. E., M.D., 9, Chandos Street, London, W. ; Great Northern 
Hotel. 

Garvie, J., M.B., Surgeon, Ind. Med. Services, King’s Place, Perth, N.B. 
Gaussen, D. P., M.D., Dunmurry, co. Antrim; Queen’s Hotel. 

Gay, W., M.D., 23, Blenheim Terrace, Leeds. 

Gairdner, W. T., M.D., Professor of Medicine, University of Glasgow', 
225, St. Vincent Street, and 9, The College, Glasgow; Mr. Wheelhouse, 
Hillary Place. 

Garner, J. E., M.D., 18, Winckley Square, Preston, Lancs. ; 1, Moor View, 
Hyde Park, Leeds. 

Gibson, J., M.B., West Vale, nr. Halifax. 

Gillies, J., 5, Crescent, Selby. 







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Gillespie, G. B., M.I)., Covington Terrace. 

Glascott, C. E., M.D., 23, St. John Street, Manchester; Great Northern 
Hotel. 

Gooding, J. C., M.D.,Edin., Hanbury, Cheltenham; Imperial Hotel. 
Gordon, J., M.D., 7, Union Place, Aberdeen; Victoria Hotel. 

Gowans, W., M.B., Victoria Terrace, South Shields; Great Northern 
Hotel. 

Goff, Bruce, M.D., Both well, Lanarkshire; Queen’s Hotel. 

Gott, Henry, 23, Cromer Terrace. 

Goyder, David, M.D., Bradford. 

Gorvan, R., Maybole, N.B. ; Trevelyan Hotel, Boar Lane. 

Goodwin, A. G., Kensington, Liverpool, 

Griffith, T. Wardrop, 23, Park Square, Leeds. 

Greenwood, John William, Ossett. 

Greenwood, G. Spencer, Gowood House, Ossett. 

Grant, C., M.B.,Edin., Queen Mary’s House, Inverness, Great Northern 
Hotel. 

Grime, J., M.D., Blackman Lane ; Queen’s Hotel. 

Gray, E., M.B., St. Hubert’s, Bickenham, Kent; 11, Blenheim Terrace, 
Leeds. 

Gramshaw, F. S., M.D., The Villa, Stillington, Easingwold, Yorks. ; 

Queen’s Hotel, Leeds, 

Gragwick, J., M.D., Boroughbridge. 

Grant, J. E. R., 2, Charing Cross Chambers, Duke Street, London, W.C. 
Grevcs, E. H., Rodney House, Bournemouth, Hants ; Golden Lion Hotel 
Grossman, K., M.D., 70, Rodney Street, Liverpool; Great Northern Rail¬ 
way Hotel. 

Groom, W., 12, North Brink, Wisbech, Cambs.; Imperial Hotel. 

Griffith, A. H., 17, St. John Street, Manchester; 23, Park Square, Leeds. 
Greenwood, Major, jun., M.D., 18, Queen’s Road, Dalston, London, N.E. 
Gunn, C., M.D., 125, Stephen’s Green, Dublin; 30, Church Street, 
Barnsley. 

Gwynn, S. T., M.D., Whitchurch, Salop; J. Knaggs, Ebor Mount, 
Huddersfield. 


Hailes, W., junr., M.D., Prof. Normal and Pathological Anatomy, &c,, 
Albany Medical College, U.S.A., 197, Hamilton Street, New York, 
U.S.A. ; Victoria Hotel. 

Haig, A., M.D., 30, WelbeckStreet, London, W.; Imperial Hotel. 
Handford, H., M.D , 14, Regent Street, Nottingham. 

Hall, F. de H., 47, Wimpole Street, London ; Allerton Hall, Gledhow. 
Hargreaves, E., M.D., 2, Eyre Street, Sheffield. 

Hamilton, W. D., M.D., Columbus, Ohio, U.S.A., Hallam’s Hotel. 
Hartridge, G., 65, Green Street, Park Lane, London; Queen’s Hotel. 
Haigh, T. A., Melfcham. 

Halton, M. C., 35, Church Street, Barnsley. 

Harlan, H., M.D., Ballimore, Ind., U.S.A. ; Griffin Hotel. 

Hardey, E. P., 80, Spring Bank, Hull. 


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Harrison, C., M.D., Lincoln. 

Hackney, John, ALD., Oaklands, Hythe, Kent ; Queen’s Hotel, No. 63. 
Hart, E., Editor British Medical Journal^ 38, Wimpole Street, London ; 
Gledhow Park, Leeds. 

Harvey, R., M.D., Brigade Surgeon, Bengal Army, Professor of Midwifery, 
Medical College of Bengal, 52, Chowrayhi, Calcutta; Sir J. Kitson, 
Gledhow Hall. 

Harrison, J., 2, Hustler Terrace, Bradford. 

Harrison, W., M.D., Matlock. 

Hall, J.G., Swansea; Queen’s Hotel. 

Hare, M. J., M.D., Berkeley House, Manchester Square, London, W. ; 
Mrs. Heaton’s, Claremont, Leeds. 

Harley, G., M.D., 25, Harley Street, London, W. ; Fenwick, Chapel- 
Allerton. 

Harley, Vaughan, M.B., 25, Harley Street, London, W. ; Fenwick, Chapel- 
Allerton. 

Handcock, G., Carlton House, Girlington, Bradford. 

Harris, A. G. R., Selborne House, Halifax. 

Harral, C. H.,52, Kirkgate, Leeds. 

Hamilton, J. R., M.D., Elm House, Hawick; Station Hotel, Harrogate. 
Harris, R., M.B.,Lond., 18, Duke Street, Southport; 7, Belhouse Terrace, 
Ilkley. 

Harman, W. M., M.D., Brigade Surgeon (Retd.), Winchester; Jackson 
Hotel, 10, Park Place. 

Hallilay, R. P., 159, Hyde Park Road, Leeds. 

Handcock, George, West Hill House, Chapeltown Road, Leeds. 
Hargreaves, J. B., Wellgarth House, Armley. 

Haley, William Henry, Claremont House, Wakefield. 

Hart, Dann Berry, M.D.,29, Charlotte Square, Edinburgh ; Granby Hotel, 
Harrogate. 

Hall, W., Headingley. 

Hawtin, John Nelms, Sturdie House, Roundhay Road, Leeds. 

Hall, hTederick, M.D., St. Mark’s House, Leeds. 

Hallilay, John, 28, Burley Road, Leeds 
Hartley, R. N., M.B., 29, Blenheim Terrace, Leeds. 

Hamilton, A., M.B., The Grange, Wortley. 

Henry, J., M.D., 107, Drake Street, Rochdale. 

Hern, J., M.D., Darlington. 

Henr}’^, R., M.D., Clones, Ireland ; St. Mark’s House, Leeds. 

Herringham, W. P., M.D., 13, Upper Wimpole Street, W. ; Vicarage, 
Leeds. 

Heald, B. Gray, Red House, East Street, Leeds. 

Hellier, John Benj., M.D., 1, De Grey Terrace, Leeds. 

Hengst, D. A., M.D., Pittsburgh, Penn., U.S.A. 

Hemming, J. Hughes, Member of Council G.AI.B., Kimbolton, St, Neots. 
Henderson, G. C., M.D.,Lond., Kingston, Jamaica. 

Hewitt, G., M.D., Emeritus Professor of Obstetric Med. Univ. Coll., 36, 
Berkeley Square, London ; Queen’s Hotel. 





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Hewetson, H. Bendelack, Leeds Infirmary, 11, Hanover Square, Leeds, 
Hebblethwaite, H., Burley-in-Wbarfedale. 

Henderson, R. W., M.D., 66, Camp Road, Leeds. 

Hindle, F. T., Askern, Doneaster. 

Hill, W., M.B., 24, Wimpole Street, London; 11, Hanover Square, Leeds, 
Hicks, J. B., 24, George Street, Hanover Square, W. ; Mrs. Heaton, 
Claremont, Leeds. 

Hirst, A., M.D., Heyne Bank, Prestwick ; 5, Denison Road. 

Hirst, S. C., M.D., Bradford. 

Hick, Joseph, Borough Fever Hospital, Leeds. 

Holder, W., Holderness Load, Hull; Craiglands, Ilkley. 

Hogg, T. B., Smethson House, Great Wilson Street, Leeds. 

Holderness, W. B., 15, Park Street, Windsor. 

Honeyburn, R., M.B., Idle, near Bradford, Yorkshire. 

Hewlett, E. H., 4, Wright Street, Hull. 

Howard, J. F., M.D., Shaw, Lancashire. 

Hood, W., Castlegate House, York. 

Hopkins, J. W., Jr., Brunswick House, Leeds. 

Howard, E., M.D., 86, Wimpole Street, London, W.; Ben Rhydding 
Hydro. 

Horne, J. F., The Poplars, Barnsley ; 24, Moorland Road. 

Holland, R. B., M.D., Matlock. 

Hobson, L. J., M.D.,Lond., Harrogate. 

Holt, R.C., 56, Cohn Road, Burnley ; 10, Lyddoii Terrace, Leeds. 

Holmes, C., M.D., Rujall; C. G. Wheelhouse, Hillary Place. 

Horrocks, P., M.D., 9, St.'.Txiomas’s Striet, London, S.E. ; c/o Dr. HalL 
St. Mark’s House, Leeds. 

Holthouse, E. H., 85, Gower Street, London ; c/o C. Granger, Esq., 3, 
Cavendish Road. 

Holdsworth, Samuel, M.D., Wakefield. 

Holmes, Joseph, Rugby House, Leeds. 

Hoi well, E. B., Sherwood House, Leeds. 

Holmes, Fredk., Springfield House, Leeds. 

Holmes, James Gardner, Newton Mount, Chapeltown Road, Leeds. 
Hollings, Robert, M.D., Grove House, Wakefield. 

Hunt, T., M.D., Hey wood, Manchester. 

Husband, W. E., 56, Bury New Road, Manchester. 

Hudson, Theodore Joseph, M.D., 110, North Street, Leeds. 

Hunter, William Brown, M.D., Londonderry ; at W. L. Hunter’s, 
Pudsey, near Leeds. 

Hunter, William Lovell, M.D., Pudsey, near Leeds. 

Hunt, H. J., Harrogate. 

Hunt, De Vere, Westbourne Crescent, Canton, Cardiflf; Great Northern 
Hotel. 

Hurtley, W. M., 25, Brunswick Place, Leeds. 

Humphreys, J. R., Shrewsbury ; Queen’s Hotel. 

Hutchinson, C. F., M.D., &c. May Lodge, Scarborough ; c/o Sir James 
Kitson, Bt., Gledhow Hall, Leeds. 



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I 

Hudson, Gr., M.D., Westbourne House, Westbouriie Grove, Scarborough; 
St. Chads, Far Headingley, c/o Miss Brown. 


I Illingworth, C. R., M.D., Clayton House, Accrington ; 10, Clarendon Place. 
I Ince, Surgeon-Major John, M.D., Montague House, Swanley, Kent. 
Ingledew, J., M.D., Tynedock ; Griffin Hotel, Leeds. 

Ireland, W. W., M.D.,Edin., Preston Lodge, Prestonpans, East Lothian ; 

Golden Lion, 2, Briggate, Leeds. 

Iredale, T., 32, Headingley Lane, Leeds. 


I Jacob, Archibald Hamilton, M.D., 23, Ely Place, Dublin. 

' Jackson, G., 10, Portland Villa, Plymouth; Queen’s Hotel. 

) .Tackson, S., Peel Cottage. Oldham. 

1 Jardine, James, M.B., Hey wood, Lancashire. 

I Jacob, Ernest H., M.D., 12, Park Street, Leeds. 

I Jackson, Thomas Vincent, Wolverhampton; 25, Cumberland Road, 

1 Headingley. 

James, Francis Percy Roesch, Thornhill House, Wakefield. 

Jackson, A., Wilkinson Street, Sheffield ; Queen’s Hotel, Leeds. 

James, J. B., 47, Jamaica Road, S.E.; Victoria Hotel, Leeds. 

Jessett, F. B., 16, Upper Wimpole Street, London; Dr. Churton, 35, 
Park Square. 

Jepson, E., M.D., Durham; Hawthorn Dene, Moor-Allerton, Leeds. 

I Jewison, Thomas William, Surgeon, Oulton, near Leeds. 

Jefferson, Robert P., 39, Leopold Street, Leeds. 

Jessop, Thomas Richard, Leeds. 

Jones, T. E., M.D., Grosvenor Lodge, Wrexham, N(»rth Wales ; Trevelyan 
Hotel, 7, Boar Lane. 

Johnston T., Beech Lawn, Belper, Derbyshire. 

Jones, H. M., M.D., 141, Harley Street, W. ; Horne-Lea. 

Jones, T. E., Surgeon Llanwest, N. Wales ; Golden Lion. 

Johnston, S., M.B., Surgeon, 29, Dixon Avenue, Crosshill, Glasgow; 
Lepton, Huddersfield. 

Johnston, J. S., Somer\dlle House, Sheffield ; 24, Warwick Place. 
Johnston, S., M.D., 47, Barkerend Road, Bradford. 

Johnson, Christopher John Byron, Kirkby Overblow, Wetherby. 
Johnston, James, M.B., 31, Whetley Hill, Bradford. 

Johnson, S., M.D., Stoke-upon-Trent; Trevellyan Hotel. 

Jones, A. O., M.D., Harrogate. 

Jordan. W. R., 10, Easy Row, Birmingham; Dr. Goyder, 88, Great 
Horton Road, Bradford. 

Jowers, F. W., 27, Old Steyve, Brighton; Middelton Hotel, Ilkley. 
Johnstone, T., M.D., Springfield, Ilkley, Yorkshire. 

Jones, E., Aberdare, S. Wales ; Victoria'Hotel. 

Johnstone, A. W., M.D., Donville K.Y., U.S.A. ; Queen’s Hotel. 

Jubb, A., Consulting Surgeon, Halifax Infirmary, 28, Akeds Road, Halifax. 








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Kay, W. S., M.D.,Edin., South Yorkshire Asylum, Wadsley, Nr. Sheffield. 
Keser, J. S., 11, Harley Street, Loudon, W. ; Queen's Hotel, Leeds. 
Kershaw, A., Farnworth. 

Kemp, B., Horbury ; T)r. Kemp’s, Castleford. 

Kegley, E. A., M.D., Cedar Rapids, I. A. ; 52, Woburn Place, London. 
Keetley, T. B.; Grimsby ; Golden Lion Hotel. 

Keighley, N. D., West House, Batley. 

Keller, 0. E., M.D., 46, Finsbury Square, London, E.C. ; Red House, 
East Street, Leeds. 

Kemp, E. W., Castleford. 

Kerr, N., M.D., 42, Grove Road, Regent’s Park, London, N.W. ; 

o/o Dr. F. R. Lees, Mean wood Lodge, Leeds. 

Keay, J. H., M.B.,Edin., 64, Albert Road, Colne, Lancashire. 

Keetley, C. B., 56, Grosvenor Street, Grosvenor Square, London, W. j 2, 
Hillary Place. 

Kenyon, J. E., 21, Park Lane, Bradford. 

Keyworth, G. H., M.B.,Lond., Wem, Shropshire; Imperial Hotel, Leeds. 
Kershaw, Hugh, Radcliffe House, Pudsey; Mechanics’ Inst. 

Kendell, D. B., M.B , Heath House, Wakefield. 

Kershaw, John Cawthron, Bruce Street, New Wortley, Leeds. 

King, H. W., M.D., Chester. 

Kinch, G. H., Heckmondwike, Yorkshire. 

Knaggs, S., Huddersfield. 

Knaggs, R. L., 26, Ramsden Street, Huddersfield. 

Knight, H. J., Brooklands, Rotherham. 


Lambert, F. W., Farsley, near Leeds. 

Lawrence, L., 125, Hodry Street, London. 

Lawrence, J., M.D., Darlington ; West Riding Hotel. 

Lee, C. G., 73, Rodney Street, Liverpool; c/o T. A. Rhodes, Esq., Gran¬ 
ville Terrace, Frizinghall. 

Leech, D. J., M.D., 96, Mosley Street, Manchester. 

Leslie, W. M., M.B.,Edin., 41, Glengall Road, Cubitt Town, London; 
138, Woodhouse Lane. 

Le Page, J. F., M.D., 17, Crescent, Salford. 

Lee, W. A., Surgeon-Major Madras Medical Service, Dromore, Newport, 
Limerick ; Northern Hotel. 

Lee, G. W., M.B,, Mount Pleasant, Leeds. 

Lewis, W. B,, Medical Director West Riding Asylum, West Riding 
Asylum, Wakefield. 

Leary, T., M.D,, Castlederry, co. Tyrone; Victoria Hotel, Leeds. 

Leak, T. M., The Cedars, Hemsworth, near Pontefract; Wm. Firth, 
Esq., Woodsley House, Leeds. 

Littlejohn, H, D., M.D., Edinburgh ; D. Hall, St. Mark’s, Leeds. 

Little, D,, M.D., St. John Street, Manchester; Gt. Northern Hotel. 

Little, J. F., M.B., 60, Welbeck Street, London, W. ; Ben Rhydding, 
Leeds. 

Lindsay, J, A., M.D., 37, Victoria Place, Belfast; 24, Hanover Street. 




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Littlewood, Harry, General Infirmary, Leeds. 

Lownds, H. A., Kirkburton, Huddersfield. 

Lord, Richard, M.D., 4, S. Ann’s Villas, Netting Hill, London ; Temperance 
Hotel, 10, Park Place, Leeds. 

Loe, James Scarborough, Grafton House, and VVoodhouse Lane, Leeds. 
Logan, T., M.T>., Wibsey, near Bradford. 

Long, J., Greenside, Wortley. 

Lowther, R., M.D., Fernleigh, Grange-over-Sands; Cliffe Lodge, Hyde 
Park, Leeds. 

Lofthouse, R. C., Surgeon-General,Junior United Service Club, Charles St., 
St. James’, London ; Oxford House, Newlay, near Leeds. 

Lunn, W. J., M.D., Hull; Mr. Hodson, Beech Grove Terrace. 

Lucey, VV. C., M.D., Enfield; St. Ann’s Tower, Headingley. 

Lund, M. B., Mentone, Alpes Maritimes, France; 10, Crossbeck Road, 
Ilkley. 

Lyon, W., M.I)., Houghton-le-Spring; Belmont, Otley. 


MacGregor, A. G., M.D., Canisbay, Wick, Caithness, Scotland; 15, Main 
Street, Bingley, and 10, Well Close Mount, Leeds. 

Macleod, M. D., M.B., Beverley; Westfield, Leeds. 

Mackinlay, J. G., 15, Stratford Place, London, W^.; Queen’s Hotel. 

Masters, J. A., Westall House, Brookgreen, Kensington ; Imperial Hotel. 

Mawson, J. W., M.B., Medical Officer of Health, Hull; Mechanics’ Institute. 

MacDonald, G., M.D., 47, Queen Anne Street, London, W. ; 14, Clarendon 
Road, Leeds. 

Madden, T. M., M.D., 55, Merton Square ; c/o Dr. Myrtle, Harrogate. 

Mapother, E. D., M.D., 32, Cavendish Square, London; Reception Room. 

Matheson, F., M.B., 11, Soho Square, London, W. 

May, B, 81, Edmund Street, Birmingham; Cumberland Priory, 

Headingley. 

MacLennan, W., M.B., 3, Buckingham Terrace, Glasgow, W. ; Hope 
Villa, Armley. 

MacDonald, M. A., M.D., 8, Gledhow Gardens, South Kensington, Lon¬ 
don ; The Beeches, Beech Grove, Harrogate. 

Mackinlay, R , M.D., Lichfield, Staffordshire ; Queen’s Hotel. 

Martin, J. W., M.D.,Mch., 76, Brunswick Street; Sheffield. 

Macewen, W., 3, Woodside Court, Glasgow ; Mr. Jessop, Roundhay Mount 

Madden, Thomas More, M.D., 55, Merrion Square, Dublin ; c/o Dr. Myrtle, 
Harrogate. 

MacLintock, Jas., M.D., Bradford Town Hall. 

Mason, William Harrap, Mario Street, Dewsbury Road, Leeds. 

Mayo, Frank Herbert, 49, Otley Road, Headingley. 

MaePherson, J., M.B., 47, Tong Road. 

Mantle, A., M.D., Stanley, Durham; Great Northern Hotel. 

Marsh, F., 34, Paradise Street, Birmingham. 

Marshall, M. A., M.D., 16, Stanley Gardens, Netting Hill, London ; 
Quarrydene, Weetwood, near Leeds. 






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Martin, W. Y., M.D., Walkden, near Bolton ; Jackson’s Park Hotel, Park 
Place, Leeds. 

MacLaurin, H. M., M.D., 155, Macquarie Street, Sydney, N.S.W. 
Queen’s Hotel, Leeds. 

Margerson, W. E., Roscoe House, Dewsbury. 

Mackenzie, W. G., Belfast; Queen’s Hotel. 

Maddin, G., Dublin ; 6, Cowhill Lane, Asbton-under-Lyne. 

MacNamara, P. J., M.D., Adelaide Place, Bruff, Ireland. 

Martin, S., M.D., 10, Mansfield Street, Cavendish Street, London, \V. 
Great Northern Station Hotel. 

Mackenzie, J., M.D., 66, Bank Parade, Burnley; 2, Mount Pleasant, 
Ilkley. 

May, J. H. S., Melford House, Plymouth ; Queen’s Hotel. 

MacDonald, P. W., M.D., The County Asylum, Dorchester, Dorset;. 

5, Warwick Place. 

Martin, J., Moses’ Gate, Bolton. 

McLennan, T., M.B., 191, Pitt Street. Glasgow; c/o Dr. Thomas Logan,. 
Wibsey, Bradford. 

McLean, C. J. B., M.D. Edin., Yeadon, near Leeds. 

McGill, A. F., Leeds; Harrogate. 

McNicoll, E. D., Southport; Ashfield, Skircoat, Halifax. 

McGeagh, W., M.D., 20, Spellow Lane, Liverpool; Albion Hotel. 
McDowall, T. W., M.D., County Asylum, Morpeth ; West Biding Asylum,. 
Menston. 

McDowall, J. G., M.D., Menston Asylum, nr. Leeds. 

McNaught, J., M.D., Boothfold, Newchurch, near Manchester; Queen’s 
Hotel. 

McKane, G. 0., Bischoflf House, Hartley Hill, Leeds. 

Measures. J. W., Todmorden. 

Mead, George B., M.D., Wentmore House, Newmarket, Suffolk. 

Medwin, A. G., M.D., Benton Street, London; Imperial Hotel. 

Menzies, J. H., 1, Grosvenor Road, London, W. ; Queen’s Hotel. 

Meredith, J., M.D., Willington, Somerset; 16, Park Place. 

Menken, S., M.D., 8, Place de la Nassiu, Biarritz; Bradford. 

Merson, J., M.D., Hull; Dr. McDowall, Menston Asylum. 

Milach, F., M.D., 30, Hope Street, Liverpool; Queen’s Hotel. 

Mitchell, J., M.D., Barnard Castle ; Dr. Oliver, \Vest End Park, Harrogate, 
Milne, J. Black, M.B., The Infirmary, Dewsbury. 

Miers, Arthur, The Infirmary, Leeds. 

Milne, Alexander, M. B., The Infirmary, Dewsbury. 

Miall, P. E., 150, Manningham Lane, Bradford. 

Morris, H., M.B., 2, Mansfield Street, Cavendish Square. London ; Mr. 
Jessop, Boundhay Mount. 

Moody, J. M., Cane Hill Asylum, Penley, Surrey; Mrs. Lawson’s, Bram- 
hope Manor. 

Mott, F. W., M.D., Meadowlead, Harrow; Springville, Headingley* 
Molony, D., Cashil, Ireland ; Harrogate. 

Moffatt, J. G., M.B., 1, South Street, Keighley, Yorks. 


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Moloney, Patrick J., JDangarvan, Co. Waterford; Alexandra Hotel, Harro¬ 
gate. 

Moynihan, Berkeley Gr. A., M.B,,Lond., Millgarth Street, Leeds. 

Moore, Surgeon-General Sir William, 15, Portland Place, London ; Queen’s 
Hotel. 

Moffat, T)., M.B., 4, Walworth Terrace, Glasgow ; West Riding Hotel. 
Morrison, J. H., M.D., Perth ; Queen’s Hotel. 

Moore, S., M.D., West End House, Holbeck, Leeds. 

Morris, W. J., Portmadoc ; Great Northern Hotel. 

Morris, E., M.D., Spalding; Thomas Lawson, Esq., Newton Hall. 

Morgan, F., Uffculme, Devon ; Queen’s Hotel. 

Morley, R. B., 2, Westfield Terrace, Chapel-Allerton, Leeds. 

Morton, T. H., M.D., Don House, Brightside, Sheffield. 

Morgan, W. F., 106, West Street, Leeds. 

Monks, E. H., 29, Alexandra Road, Southport; Headingley Road, Leeds. 
Moore, W. W., M.D., Brighton ; Great Northern Station Hotel. 

Mullan, A., M.D., Ballymena, co. Antrim; Connaught Hotel, Harrogate. 
Musson, W. E., Mayfield, Clitheroe; Dr. C. V. Newstead, 40, Headingley 
Lane. 

Mules, P. H., Bowdon ; Cliflfe Mount, Mean wood. 

Musgrave, Frederick B., 1, Brunswick Place, Leeds. 

Musgrave, F. E., M.B., 179, Belle Vue Road, Leeds. 

Murphy, J., M. D., Sunderland ; c/o J. Geig, Headingley Hill. 

Murray, J., M.B.,Cam., Surgeon 1st Vol. Batt. King’s Own R.L.R., 

16, Hartington Street, Barrow-in-Furness; Bull and Mouth Hotel. 
Murray, J., M.B., H.M. Prison, Wakefield, 

Myrtle, A. S., M.D., Harrogate. 

Myrtle, J. A., Harrogate. 


Napper, A. A., Broad Oak, Cranleigh, Surrey; Mr. Wheelhouse’s, 
Hillary Place. 

Nairne, J. Stuart, 12, Royal Crescent, Crosshill, Glasgow; Bernard 
Evans, Esq., Seacroft Lodge, near Leeds. 

Naylor, J. H., Wesley House, Low Moor, near Bradford; Mechanics’ 
Institute. 

Nelson, J., M.D., Belfast ; Mrs. Francis Lupton, Beech wood, Elmet 
Lane, Roundhay. 

Newman, D., M.D., 18, Woodside Place, Glasgow; 8, Blenheim Terrace. 
Nesfield, S., 1, M.D., Richmond Place, Old Trafiford, Manchester. 

Neech, J. L., Oswestry. 

Newstead, G., Eccleshill, near Bradford. 

Newton, G., Dukinfield Lodge, Dukinfield. 

Bruce Street, New Wortley. 

Newstead, Charles Vincent, 40, Headingley Lane, Leeds. 

Needham, Frederick, M. D., Barnwood House, Gloucester ; F. W. Lawson, 
Esq., Adel, Leeds. 

Nicholson, R. H. B., Hull. 







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Nicholson, C., 62, Bootham, York; c/o D. Waddington, Roscoe Terrace,. 

Upper Armley, Leeds. 

Nickols, Thomas, New \Yortley. 

Nicholson, A., Woodhouse Hall, East Ardsley, Wakefield; Dr. Kershaws, 
Norman, C., Dublin; Imperial Hotel. 

North, S. W., York. 

Nowell, James, Melbourne House, Roth well, Leeds. 

Nuttall, Ratcliffe, Bank House, Bradford. 

Nunneley, J. A., M.B., 22, Park Place, Leeds. 


Oakley, John, HoUy House, Halifax; Mechanics’ Institute. 

O’Connor, M. R, M.D., 3, Cecil Street, Limerick; Adelphi Hotel, 
Harrogate. 

O’Callaghan, R., Carlow ; Great Northern Hotel. 

O’Dwyer, Brigade Surgeon F. F., M.D., Medical Staff, Queen’s University,. 

Ireland, Malta; Golden Lion Hotel, 2, Briggate, Leeds. 

Ogden, C., Drake Street, Rochdale. 

O’Keeffe, J. M., Brendau House, Widnes. 

Oliver, T., M.D., Eldon Square, Newcastle-upon-Tyne; Newton Hall, 
Chapel-Allerton, Leed?. 

Oliver, Matthew Jas., M. B., 19, Clarendon Place, Leeds. 

Oldham, C., 1, Brunswick Place, Brighton ; Great Northern Hotel. 

O’Neill, H., iSJ.D.,6, College Square East, Belfast; Imperial Hotel, Briggate. 
Owen, W. H., Septon, Huddersfield; 5, Fallowfield Terrace, Leeds. 
Ozanne, F. N., Earlsboro’ House, Harrogate. 

Ozanne, Glenmae, Public Hospital, B. Guiana ; Earlsboro’ House, Harro¬ 
gate. 


Page, W. L, Wimbledon Common ; Ilkley Wells House. 

Parry, T. W., Ferndale, Glamorganshire, Great Northern Hotel. 

Parsons, C., M.D., Dover; Mr. Wheelhouse, Hillary Place. 

Parson, K., M.D., 9, Collingham Place, London, S.W. ; c/o. Peter Nussey. 
Esq., Springville, Headingley. 

Patton, A., M.B., Farnham House, Fingley ; Dr. Hunter, Pudsey. 
Parkinson, C. H. W., Wimborne Minster, Dorset. 

Paley, R., M.D., Yore Bank, Pipon; Victoria Hotel. 

Parsons, John, Burnley, Lancashire; Mrs. Brown’s, 10, Lyddon Terrace. 
Partington, W., Lennox House, Tunstall, Staffs. ; The Ferns, West Villas, 
Stockton-on-Tees. 

Parker, Rushton, MB., 59, Rodney Street, Liverpool; Grove Cottage, 
North Lane, Roundhay. 

Parsons, Francis, West Worthing. 

Perkins, J. F., M.D., 1,012, Madison Avenue ; Queen’s Hotel. 

Pearl, R. S., M.D., North Shields ; Imperial Hotel, Briggate. 

Pearson, Albert E. A., Public Dispensary, Leeds. 

Pearse, W., St. Teedy, Bodmin; Great Northern Station Hotel. 




t Penny, J. C., M.D., Deputy Surgeon-General, Grindlay and Co., 55, 
Parliament Street, London ; Great Northern Hotel. 

' Percival, T., Knottingley; Chas. Watson, Burton Grange, Headingley. 

I Philipson, G. H., M.D., Newcastle-upon-Tyne ; Great Northern Bailway 
! Station Hotel. 

Philpots, H., M.B., Oxton, Birkenhead; Albany House, Ilkley. 
j Pigeon, W. H., 6, Albion Street, Hull. 

I Pirie, G. A., M.B., 43, Tay Street, Dundee. 

Pilcher, W. J., Boston, Lincolnshire ; 6, St. Chad’s Villas, Far Headingley, 
j Leeds. 

I Pickles, John J., 105, Camp Road, Leeds. 

I Pope, F. M., M.B., Campbell House, Leicester; Rhydding (irange, Ilkley. 

I Porritt, N., 14, New North Road, Huddersfield. 

Pope, Edward, Trenge, Herts. 

Powell, S., M.D., 7, Thayer Street, Manchester Square, London, W. ; 

' Elmet Hall. 

Powell R. D., M.D,, 62, Wimpole Street; Great Northern Hotel. 

Pope, H, B., M.D., Kington, Herefordshire ; 8, Mount Preston. 

Pogson, Wm., The Grange, Seacroft. 

Poole, Surgeon-Major, M.D., Upper Norwood, London ; 17, Virginia Road. 
Pope, Edward, Tring, Herts.; Trevelyan Hotel. 

Porter, William Smith, M.D., Glossop Road, Sheffield ; 19, Queen Street, 
Leeds. 

Pritchard, W., M. D., 3, George Street, Hanover Square, London, W. ; 
Weetwood Lodge. 

Prichard, R. A., Conway, N. Wales ; Great Northern Hotel. 

Prankerd, 0. R., M.D., Brighton; 74, Fenton Street. 

Preston, F., Bethnall Green Workhouse, E. ; Wordsworth House, Oak 
Lane, Bradford. 

Purdy, James Robert, M.B., Spring well Grange, Oulton, Leeds ; Dr. C. 
M. Chadwick, 3, Park Square, Leeds. 

''Pye-Smith, P. H., M.D., 54, Harley Street, London; Sir Edward Baines, 
St. Ann’s Hill. 


Ransome, A., M. D., Droisdale, Bowdon ; 4, De Grey Road, Leeds. 
Ramsden, H. Dobcross, Saddleworth. 

Rattray, John Moysey, M.B., Rook Lane House, Frome, Somerset; 22, 
Springfield Place. 

Rabagliati, M., M.D,, Bradford. 

Rawson, E. E., Thornton, near Bradford. 

Reiitoul, R. R., M.D., Hartington Road, Liverpool; Great Northern Hotel. 
Reed, T. A., Official Reporter, British Medical Journal, Rusholme, Surbi¬ 
ton ; Park Hotel. 

Rhodes, G. W., Surgeon to the Huddersfield Infirmary, Huddersfield. 
Rhodes, G. S., Saltburn-by-the-Sea ; Wonoak, Harrogate. 

Ridge, J. J., M.D., Carlton House, Enfield ; Jackson’s, Park Hotel, 10, 
Park Place, Leeds. 

Richardson, W., M.D., Union Mills, Isle of Man. 





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Richards, J. E., 45, Bradford Road, Huddersfield. 

Richards, J. P., The County Asylum, Han well; Queen’s Hotel. 

Ricketts, James, Ashgarth, Pannal Ash, Harrogate. 

Richardson, William James, M. B., 16, Queen Street, Keighley. 

Richardson, Charles, Wintoun House, North Street, Leeds. 

Ritchie, T., Otley. | 

Rivington, W., 22, Finsbury Square, London; Bank House, Morley. 

Rowley, C. O., 20, Church Street, Barnsley; West Hill House, Chapel- ^ 
town Road. 

Bowhotham,^H. C., Vale House, Melbourne, Derbyshire; Great Northern j 
R ailway Hotel. 

Robinson, J,, Frodsham, Cheshire ; T. Mayor, Hilboro, Sheffield. 

Royston, O., M.D., 1, St. Stephen’s Crescent, Westbourne Park, London, 

W.; Hydropathic Establishment, Harrogate. 

Roe, E. A. H., Surgeon Major, M.D,, Bally Connell, Ireland ; Golden Lion 
Hotel. 

Roberts, A., M.D., Oaklands, Keighley. 

Robinson, M., Surgeon-]Major, Carleton Road, Pontefract. 

Routh, C. H. F., M.D., 52, Montague Square, London, W. ; Queen’s 
Hotel, Leeds. 

Roberts, Edwin, 3, Chorley Lane, Leeds. 

Robson, A. W. Mayo, Hillary Place, Leeds. 

Rowe, Geo. Herbert, Hillary Place, Leeds. 

Roper, Herbert John, 4, Spencer Place, Roundhay Road, Leeds. 

Roulston, William, Southgate, Wakefield. 

Robertshaw, David, M.B., Crail, Fife; W.R. Asylum, Wakefield. 

Roberts, Sir. W., 8, Manchester Square, London; Queen’s Hotel. 

Robinson, E., 42, Park Square, Leeds. 

Robinson, H., Alma House, Barnsley ; 43, Ella Street, Leeds. 

Roberts, R., Portmadoc, North Wales ; Great Northern Hotel. ; 

Robertson, J. A., M. D., Stilton, Peterborough; Commercial Hotel, Albion ' 
Street. 

Rumbolt, S., Belgaund House, Leeds. 

Rugg, G. P., M.D., London ; 17, Cromer Terrace. 

Russell, William, M.D., Edinburgh ; Victoria Hotel. 

Rygale, D. J., Cambridge; Trevelyan Hotel. 

Rygate, J. R., Werton-Leyland, Bridgwater. 


Sadler, M. T., M.D. ,Lond., Barnsley. 

Sand with, F. M., Cairo ; Queen’s Hotel. 

Sales, H. Harlow, 17, Harrison Street, Leeds. 

Sankey, Rd. Hy. Heurtley, Littlemore, Oxford ; 2, Alexandra Terrace, 
Harrogate. 

Salisbury, Chas. Ramsden, 32, Park Square, Leeds. 

Saundby, R., M.D., 83a, Edmund Street, Birmingham; c/o Dr. Eddison, 
Park Place, Leeds. 

Scott, T., M.D., Ilkley. 

Scattergood, A. K., 1, Blenheim Square, Leeds. 




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Scattergood, Thomas, 41, Park Square, Leeds. 

Scurrield, H., M.D., Sunderland; 19, Clarendon Place. 

Scott, G. R. S., Ridgefield, North Hill Road. 

Scatchard, Thomas Edward, Boston Spa. 

Sergeant, Joseph S., Great Horton, Bradford. 

Sellers, -Arthur Edward, Grove Place, Dalton, Huddersfield: Ida 
Hospital, Horsforth, 

Sheild, A. M., M.B, 20, Stratford Place, London, W.; Golden Lion 
Hotel, Leeds. 

Shirley, M. B., Grove House, Batley. 

Sheen, A., M.D., Cardiff; Great Northern Hotel, till Wednesday after¬ 
noon. 

Sharpies, T,, Dardsley, Tostock Hall; Griffin Hotel. 

Shives, J., M.D., Liversedge. 

Sharpe, Geo. W., Croft House, Farnley, Leeds. 

Shirley, Matthew, Beeston Hill, Leeds. 

Shuttleworth, Geo. Ed., M.D., Royal Albert Asylum, Lancaster; Granby 
Hotel, Harrogate. 

Sinclair, W. J., M.D., 268, Oxford Road, Manchester. 

Sibley, S. W., 7, Harley Street, London, W. ; Arthur Lupton, Esq., 
Roundhay. 

Sibthorpe, C., Brigade Surgeon I.M.S. .Madras, Professor of Surgery, 
Madras Med. Coll., 36, Upper Leeson St., Dublin; J. 11. Ford, Esq., 
Quarry Hall, Weetwood. 

Skipton, Samuel Stacy, M.D., 4, Highfield Terrace, Leopold Street, Leed.®!, 

Slight, G., M.D., 3, Cliflford Street, Bond Street. 

Smith, R,, M.D., Durham County Asylum, VVinterton, Ferryhill ; 9, 
Clarendon Place. 

Smith, J. D., M.D., 4, Russell Terrace, Anlaby Road, Hull. 

Smith, P. C., Durham County Asylum, Winterton, Ferryhill; 9, Clarendon 
Place. 

Smith, N., 24, Queen Anne Street, London ; Great Northern Hotel. 

Smith, T. H., 265, Hyde Park Road, Leeds. 

Smith, W. W., M.D., 14, Stratford Place, London, W. ; Crescent Hotel, 
Ilkley. 

Smith, E., M.B., 12, Folds Road, Bolton; Dr. Sinclair’s, Great Horton, 
Bradford. 

Smith, P. C., M.D., Cidlunor, Motherwell, N.B. 

Smith, W. J., Packgate, Rotherham, and Boston Spa, Yorks. 

Smyth, J., Pudsey, near Leeds. 

Smith, W., M.D., 2, Stanhope Terrace, Gloster Gate, N.W. 

Smith, D. T., M.B., 2, Fishergate Hill, Preston ; 22, Warwick Place, 
Leeds. 

Smailes, Robert, Carlton Lodge, Leeds. 

Smith, Robert Percy, M.D., Bethlem Royal Hospital, St. George’s Road. 

London, S.E., c/o Dr. J. G. McDowall, Menston Asylum. 

Smeeton, Chas. W., Leeds Public Dispensary. 

Smith, Henry Archbald, 2, Victoria Terrace, Far Headingley. 

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Smith, S. C., M.D., Halifax. 

Snell, S., 17, Eyre Street, Sheffield ; Queen’s Hotel. 

Snow, W. y., M.D., 2, Richmond Gardens, Bournemouth ; Great Northern 
Hotel. 

Solly, S. E., M.T)., Colorado Springs, Colorado, U.S.A.; Imperial Hotel. 
Somerville, R., M.D., Galashiels, N.B. ; N. E. Station Hotel, Harrogate. 
Solomon, J. V., Birmingham ; 6, De Grey Road. 

Spicer, S., M.D,, 28, Welbeck Street, Cavendish Square, W. ; Golden 
Lion Hotel. 

Spence, W. J., Syston, Leicester ; Elmleigh, Ilkley. 

Square, J. E., Plymouth ; Great Northern Station Hotel. 

Strut, C. T., Haydock Lodge, Newton-le-Willows. 

Stuart, J., M.D., Ballymena, Ireland. 

Stallard, J. P., M.B., Manchester. 

Stewart, D , M.D., Mapperley Road Nottingham ; 35, West Hillary Strett. 
Storrs, R., Doncaster; Bull Hotel, Wakefield. 

Stone, G., 88, Rodney Street, Liverpool; Queen’s Hotel. 

Stoker, W., 34, Stephen’s Green. 

Stainthorpe, T., M.D., Hexham ; 8, Warwick Place, Leeds. 

Stevenson, R., March Villa, Rothwell, Leeds. 

Stanger, G. E., 82, Brook Green, London, W.; 29, Sholebroke Avenue. 
Stamp, W. D., Ridgeway House, Plympton, S. Devon; Great Northern 
Station Hotel. 

Stockwell, F., M.D., Bruton, Somerset; Queen’s Hotel. 

Steele, S. T., Manor House, Morley, near Leeds. 

Stevens, G., Norton, Bury St. Edmonds; Imperial Hotel. 

Stevenson, G., M.D., Stretford, Manchester. 

Strange, W., M.D., Worcester ; 9, Spring Road, Headingley. 

Storry, Frederic William, Lansdown, Stroud; 19, Queen Street, Leeds. 
Statter, W. Aked, Thornhill Hcnise, Wakefield. 

Steel, Arthur Robert, Fern Villa, Belle Vue, Wakefield. 

Stack, Edward C., Stanningley. 

Stanger, W., St. John’s Towers, Wakefield. 

Steedman, P. A., Harewood, Leeds. 

Stokes, Sir W., Dublin, 38, Cookridge Street. 

Sutclifife, J., Grosvenor House, Stalybridge. 

Suit, L., Birmingbam ; Queen’s Hotel. 

Sutton, F., Willingham-by-Stow, Gainsborough ; 23, Clover Terrace, Leeds. 
Summerskill, Wm., 246, Meanwood Road, Leeds. 

Swailes, T,, Hawthorn House, Honley ; Dr. Pickles, 105, Camp Road, 
Leeds. 

Sweeting, R. D. R., Western Fever Hospital, Fulham, S.W. ; Carrfield 
House, Camp Road. 

Sykes, J., M.D., Doncaster. 

Sykes, W., Mex’borough, nr. Rotherham. 

Symes, E. W., M.D, Hope Hall, Halifax; c/o Mrs. Heaton, Claremont, 
Leeds. 

Sympson, Thomas, Lincoln; Great Northern Station Hotel. 



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Sympson, E. M., 3, James Street, Lincoln ; J. B. Carter, Elm House, 
Chapel-Allerton. 


Taylor, J. W,, M.D., Rothsay House, Scarbro.’ 

Taylor, J. C., M.B,, Las Palmas, Grand Canary. 

Taylor, J., Hay garth House, Chester ; Great Northern Hotel. 

Taylor, George Stamp, Clifton House, Beeston Hill, Leeds. 

Teale, J. W., Scarborough ; Cookridge Street. 

Telford, S,, M.D., Lijrerpool; 3, Cromer Terrace. 

Teale, Thomsis Pridgin, M.B., 38, Cooitridge Street, Leeds. 

Thatcher, C. H;, 13, Albany Street, Edinburgh; Brook House, Sandal, 
Wakefield. 

Thompson, W. B., Surgeon Army Medical Staff, The Barracks, York. 
Thomas, W., M.B., 200, Bristol Road, Birmingham ; Mr. Nussey’s, Spring- 
villa, Shaw Lane, 

Thompson, A. H., Great Ouseburn, York. 

Thomas, W. R., M.D., Littl.^ Forest House, Bournemouth ; Great 
Northern Hotel. 

Thimbleby, J., Spilsby, Manchester; Trevelyan Hotel. 

Thresh, J. C., M.B., Victoria Park, Manchester; 7, Hanover Sfjuarc, 
Leeds. 

Thompson, E., 72, Lofthouse Place, Leeds. 

Thomas, G. D., M.D., Park T;odge, Paddington ; Great Northern Hotel. 
Thompson, J. T., M.B., 23, Charles Street, Cardiff; Settle, Yorkshire. 
Thompson, W., Public Dispensary, Leeds. 

Thompson, Walter, General Infirmary, Leeds. 

Thompson, S. M., 34, Harcourt Street, Dulfiin ; Trevelyan Hotel, Boar 
Lane, Leeds. 

Thorp, C. W., Dobroyd, Todmorden ; Great Northern Station Hotel. 
Topham, A. S., 36, Prescott Street, Halifax. 

Towauce, D. W., M.B., 3, Albion Crescent, Dowan Hill, Glasgow ; 

Win. Harvey, Esq., Spring Bank, Headiiigley. 

Tomlinson, Edward Denham, M. D., Brigade-Surgeon, St. James’s Road, 
Upper Dorking; 1, Hillary Street, Leeds. 

Tordoff, Hardy, St. Paul’s Street, Leeds. 

Trees, E. L., 7, Nevvhall Street, Birmingham ; Queen’s Hotel. 

Treves, F., 6, Wimpole Street, London, W. 

Trotter, Walter Octavius, Pocklington, Yorks.; W. Powells, Esq., 4, 
Queen Square. 

Trend, Theophilus Wm., M.D., Southampton; 1, Fairfield Villas, East 
Parade, Harrogate. 

Trevelyan, Edmond F., M.D., Leeds General Infirmary. 

Tuckey, C. L.,M.D, 14, Green Street, Grosvenor Square, London; Ben 
Rhydding Hydro. 

Turner, C. W., 4, Cowper Street, New Leeds, Leeds. 

Take, C. M., Manor House, Chiswick. 

Turner, Alfred, M.B., West Riding Asylum, Menston, near Leeds. 





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Tuke, D. H., M.D., Lyndon Lodge, Han well, W. ; W. R. Asylum, Wake* 
field. 

Tyson, W. J., M.D., Folkestone ; Great Northern Hotel. 


Underhill, A. S , M.D., Great Bridge, Tepton ; W. Cooke, Esq., Moortown. 


Waddington, F., Upper Armley, Leeds. 

AValker, W., M.U., Shawlands, Glasgow ; Queen’s Hotel, Leeds. 

Wallis, J. A., M.U., County Asylum, Whittingham, Lancashire ; Menston 
Asylum. 

Walter, W., M.D,, Manchester. 

Walton, R. S, M.B., Hebden Bridge. 

Walter, K. S., Army Medical Staff, Prospect House, Guildford Road, York. 
Warner, F., M.D.,Loud., 24, Harley Street, London ; 18, Moorland Road. 
Watson, T., M.D., South Stockton ; Imperial Hotel. 

■Walker, J. E., Park House, Lindley, Huddersfield. 

Wallace, F., 96, Cazenooeks, London, N. ; Great Northern Hotel. 

Warden, Charles, M.D., 4, Greenfield Crescent, Edgbaston, Birmingham 
Imperial Hotel, Leeds. 

Walker, W., M.D., Redcar; Albion Hotel. 

Walker, A W. H., M.D., Argyle House, Harrogate. 

Wallace, W., M.B., Westfield House, Shawlands; Ilkley Wells House, 
Ilkley. 

Ward, Edward, M.B., 22, Park Place, Leeds. 

Walker, Thomas, The Elms, Wakefield. 

Ward, J. By water, M.D, Warneford Asylum, Oxford; 32, Hyde Terrace, 
Leeds. 

Ward, William Simpson, Hunslet Road, Leeds. 

Walker, Henry Seeker, The Elms, Wakefield. 

Walters, Charles A., Wharfedale House, Cheltenham ; Red House, Ponte¬ 
fract, and 8, Springfield Place. 

Walker, E., M.B., 23, New North Road, Huddersfield. 

Walker, J. B., M.D., The Sycamores, Golcar, near Huddersfield. 

Wallace, A., M.D., Wellfield House, Rochdale. 

Walker, R. F., Leeds Infirmary. 

Watkins, J. W,, M.D., Newton-le-Willows, Lancs. 

Watkins, R. W., Towcester. 

Webb, W., M. D., Wirksworth, Derbyshire ; Queen’s Hotel. 

Whalley, W., M.D., 77, Horton Lane, Bradford. 

White, J., 22, King Street, Wigan. 

White, W., Regent Street, Barnsley. 

Whitehead, W., 449, Oxford Road, Manchester; Great Northern Hotel. 
White, H. W., Greenbank, Leeds Road, Bradford. 

Whitelegge, Arthur, M.D., 13, Belgrave Square, Nottingham. 

Wheelhouse, Claudius Galen, Hillary Place, Leeds. 

Whitham, John H., M. D., 151, Roundhay Road, Leeds. 

White, J., Nottingham ; Queen’s Hotel. 




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Wier, Surgeon-Major P. A., M.B., 7, Kelvinside Gardens, Glasgow; Vic¬ 
toria Hotel, Great George Street. 

Wilch, M.D., Public Health Office, Blackpool. 

Wilson, F., 3. Nelson Avenue, Hull, 

Wilson, S., 155, Mare Street, Hackney, N. E. ; Queen’s Hotel (to-day only). 
Wigin, G. W., Methley, Leeds. 

Wiglesworth, J., M.D., Rainhill, Lancs. ; Imperial Hotel. 

Williams, W. T., Kings Sutton, Banbury ; 93, Caledonian Road. 

Winkfield, A., 2o, Beaumont Street, Oxford; Crofton Hall, Wakefield. 
Williamson, G. E., 22, Eldon Square, Newcastle-on-Tyne ; Great Northern 
Hotel. 

Williams, D., M.D., 25, Old Burlington Street, London; 5, Wellclose 
Place, Carlton Hill. 

Willcox, R. L., Warminston, Wilts. ; 23, Park Square, Leeds. 

Wilson, T., Wallsend-on-Tyne; Trevelyan Hotel. 

Wigg, T. C., M.D., Derby ; Midland Hotel. 

Wise, Robert Stanton, M. D., Banbury ; Grace Street, Leeds. 

Wiley, E. 0., Knaresbro’. 

Wood, T. 0., M.D., 40, Margaret Street, Cavendish Square, London, W. ; 

22, Springfield Place. 

Wood, C. A., Montreal, Canada. 

Wood, F. H., Arundel House; Wakefield. 

Wood, J. C., 32, Frederick Street, Sunderland ; Griffin Hotel. 

Woodhead, G. S., M.D., 6, Marchhall Crescent, Edinburgh ; Sougdenholme, 
Huddersfield, 

Woods, Hugh, M.D., Highgate, London. 

Wright, F., Stamford Bridge, York ; Springfield House, Leeds. 

Wright, Charles James, Lynton Villa, Virginia Rd., Leeds. 

Wrench, E. M., Baslow, Derbyshire. 

Wylie, William, M.D., Dymley House, Skipton. 


Yellowlees, D., M.D., Royal Asylum, Gartnavel, Glasgow ; 3, St. George’s 
Terrace. 

Yeo, J. B., M.D., 44, Hertford Street, Mayfair ; Dr. Hall, Moorhouse, 
Headingley. 

Yelf, R. E. B., M.B., Moreton-in-Marsh ; Gloucestershire. 

Young, G. E., M. D., Grosvenor Lodge, Headingley, Leeds, 

Young, G. W., County Councillor, West Riding, Woodhouse Hall, East 
Ardsley; Dr. Kershaw, Bruce Street, New Wortley. 








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CONTAINS FREE FAT INSTEAD OF FREE ALKALIES. 

From, the Illustrated Medical MewsI* 

“ It is well-known that the use of some soaps, owing to the excess of 
alkali they contain, do not agree with many skins, more especially in 
infancy, in females, and when they are irritated or inflamed. It was a 
decidedly happy idea to incorporate cream in ‘ Vinolia ’ Soap, and the 
result is a decided success, as we can testify from a prolonged trial of the 
article. The great feature of ‘ Vinolia ’ Soap is that it contains, instead of 
some free alkali, an excess of the plastic emollient cream, and thus em¬ 
bodies the principle introduced in recent years of a superfatty soap ; con¬ 
sequently it is beautifully emollient and softening to the skin, and most 
soothing in many slightly inflamed conditions. Everyone knows, tor 
instance, what a diflBcult problem it is to cleanse inflamed skin on the 
hands without settmg up irritation. It lathers well, and altogether is 
most agreeable. For those who are interested in the subject of shavings 
we add, try ‘Vinolia’ Soap." 

From the London Medical Recorder” 

“ ‘ Vinolia ’ Soap may be used even for the most irritable skin without 
the risk of producing excoriation, &c. It is highly spoken of by leading 
authorities for skin affections and tender skins.” 

From the Hospital Gazette” 

“ Medical men often have occasion to forbid the use of soap in certain 
irritable conditions of the skin, on account of the damage inflicted on sen¬ 
sitive tissues. It is obvious that, however necessary, the inability to use 
soap entails considerable discomfort, and one is therefore disposed to wel¬ 
come a product in which the primary source of the irritation—the excess- 
of caustic alkali—has been overcome by a special process of manufacture. 
We have tried ‘ Vinolia ’ Soap, and can certify that it is bland and unirri¬ 
tating, even to the most delicate skin. The alkali in the soap being 
neutralised by an adequate provision of fatty base, it does not deprive the 
skin of its natural fat, but acts rather as a lubricant, leaving it soft and 
pliable. We may observe in parenthesis that it is altogether a false 
economy to employ an inferior product. Apart from the medical aspect of 
the question, it should be borne in mind that hard, well-milled soaps, in 
which the proper proportions of the various components have been carefully 
provided, lather better and last longer than products in the manufacture 
of which less care or less skill has been shown. We can confidently assert 
that for toilet purposes we have never seen ‘ Vinolia ’ Soap surpassed.” 

EVIL EFFECTS OF SOAPS. 

“VINOLIA” SOAP differs from other Soaps, "which harm the skin by 
reason of their free soda or potash, inasmuch as it contains, instead of free 
soda or potash, some unsaponitied plastic emollient cream ; it cleanses 
admirably, while the presence of the emollient cream prevents the alkali 
from, by any possibility, attacking the skin, extracting the oil, and thereby 
hardening and weakening this tissue, and rendering it liable to blotches, 
wrinkles, duskiness, and premature decay. The drying, deleterious action 
of ordinary soaps upon the hair and scalp is easily perceived after sham¬ 
pooing with them. “Vinolia” Soap lathers beautifully, and is the only 
Soap for skin treatment, shaving or shampooing, or for the toilet, nursery, 
and bath. Prices:—“Vinolia” (for Eczema, Pruritus, &c.). Is. 9d. and 
6s. “ Vinolia” Soap (Toilet), 2s. 6d. per box of Three Tablets. 


Agents for BLONDEAU & CIE., 

ROBERTS &. CO., 76, New Bond Street, London- 

And 5, Rue de la Paix, Paris. 








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of tlje Issoctatton. 


President. 

O. G. WHEELHOUSE, F.R.C.S., J.P., Cousulting vSurgeon 
Leeds General Infirmary. 

President-Elect- 


President of the Council. 

THOMAS BRIDGWATER, M.B., J.P., Harrow-on-the-IIill. 
Treasurer. 

CONSTANTINE HOLMAN, M.D., J.P., Reigate. 

Editor of the ‘‘ British Medical Journal-’* 
ERNEST HART, ESQ., 429, Strand, London, W.C. 

General Secretary- 

FRANCIS FOWKE, ESQ., 429, Strand, London, W.C. 


Readers of Addresses- 

An Address in Medicine will be delivered by J. IIUGHLINGS 
Jackson, M.D., LL.D., F.R.S., Physician to the London Hos¬ 
pital, and to the National Hospital for Paralysed and Epileptic, 
Queen Square, W.C. 

An Address in Surgery will be delivered by T. Peidgin Teale, 
M.B., F.R.C.S., F.R.S., Consulting Surgeon to the Leeds 
General Infirmary, Leeds. 

An Address in Psychology will be delivered by SiR J. 
Crichton Browne, M.D., LL.D., F.R.S., Lord Chancellor’s 
Visitor in Lunacy, London. 

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Socal (Executive Committee. 


Mr. C. G. Wheelhouse, President- 
Elect. 

Mr. Wm. Hall, Hon. Treasurer. 
]SIr. Edward Atkinson. 

Dr. A. G. Barrs. 

Dr. Janies Braithwaite. 

Mr. J. B. Carter. 

Dr. T. Churton. 

Mr. H. W. Coleman. 

Mr. E. O. Croft. 

Dr. J. E. Eddison. 

Dr. Fred. Hall. 

Dr. E. H. Jacob. 


Mr. T. B 
Mr. J. S. Loe. 

Mr. A. F. McGill. 

Mr. J. A. Nunneley. 

Mr. C. Richardson. 

Mr. A. W. Mayo Robson 
Mr. T. Scattergood. 

Mr. H. A. Smith. 

Mr. T. Pridgin Teale. 

^Ir. Chas. J. Wright, 
Dr.C. M. Chadwick, 

Mr. Herbert Row^e, 


Hon. Local 
Secretarie.s, 


SUB-COMMITTEES. 


Er.-offu to members oj all Sub-Committees. 


Mr C. G. Mlieelhousc, President- 
Elect. 

Mr. Wm. Hall, Hon. Treasurer. 


Mr. Chas J. Wright, 
Dr. C. M. Chadwick, 
Mr. Herbert Rowe, 


Hon. Local 
Secretaries. 


RECEPTION SUB COMMITTEE. 


Dr. J. E. Eddison, Chnirnwn. 

Mr. A. Mayo Robson, Sec- 
retary. 

Dr. T. Wardrop Griffith. 


Mr. Edwin Roberts 
Mr. T. Scattergood. 
Mr. T. Pridgm Teale. 


PRINTING AND PUBLISHING SUB-COMMITTEE. 

The Honorary Local Secretaries. 

MUSEUM SUB-COMMITTEE. 

Dr. T. Churton, Chairman. 

Dr. E. H. Jacob, Secretary. 

Section A.—Food and Drugs, in charge of Dr. J. B. Hellier and Mr. 
C. V. Newstead. 

Section B.—Pathology, in charge of Dr. J. Dobson and Dr. E. H. Jacob. 
Section C. — Anatomy and Physiology, in charge of Dr. de Burgh Birch 
and Dr. T. Wardrop Griffith. 

Section D.—Instruments and Books, in charge of Mr. W. H. Brown 
and Mr. Frank H. Mayo. 

Section E.— Sanitary and Ambulance Appliances, in charge of Mr. R. N. 
Hartley and Mr. J. S. Loe 













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LOCAL ENTERTAINMENT SUB-COMMITTEE. 


Mr. John A. Nunneley, Chairman. 
Mr. H. Archbokl Smith, Secre- 
tary. 

Mr. A. T. Bacon. 

Dr. James Braithwaite. 


Mr. W. H. Brown. 

Mr. H. W. Coleman. 
Mr. W. Be van Lewis. 
Mr. Edmund Robinson. 


EXCURSIONS SUB-COMMITTEE. 


Mr. C. Richardson, Chairman. 
Dr. C. M. Chadwick, Secretary. 
Mr. H. W. Coleman. 


Dr. Fred. Hall. 
Mr. J. G. Nevitt. 


DINNER AND LUNCHEONS SUB-COMMITTEE. 

Mr. T. R Jessop, Chairman. I Mr. J. B. Carter. 

Mr. Herbert Rowe, l^ecretary. I Mr. A. F. McGill. 

Dr. A. G. Barrs. | 

SOIREE SUB-COMMITTEE. 


Mr. Edward Atkinson, Chairman. 
Dr. A. G. Barrs, Secretary. 

Dr. de Burgh Birch. 

Dr. J. E. Eddison. 


Mr. H. Bendelack Hewetson. 
Mr. F. Holmes. 

Mr. J. S. Loe. 

Mr. Edward Ward. 


GENERAL PURPOSES, HOTELS, LODGINGS, ETC., 
SUB-COMMITTEE. 


Mr. Chas. J. Wright, Chairman. 
Mr. E. 0. Croft, Secretary. 

Mr. John Hallilay. 


Mr. J. B. Hargreaves. 
Mr. J. J. Pickles. 

Mr. G. Stamp Taylor. 












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©fficcvi’ i3a^ac5. 


The Sectional Secretaries and Local Officers w ill wear Badges, thus :— 
C'REE:s—Secreta7'ics ot Sadi ms, w ith the initial letters of their respective 
Sections—Medicine <M.), Surgery (S.), Obstetrics, &c. (O.), Public 
Medicine (P.M.), Psychology (Psy. ), Pathology and Physiology 
(P. P.), Ophthalmology (Oph.), Diseases of Children (C.)j Laryn¬ 
gology (L.), Otology (Ot,), Pharmacology and Therapeutics (P T.) 

Blue—»S' ecre/an''S of Reception (R ), Soiree (S.), Dinner 

(D.), Hotel and Lodgings (H.L.), Excursions (E.), Museums (M.), 
and Sections (Ma.), (Mb.), (Me.), (Md.), (Me.) respectively. 
The Stewards to the Conversazione and Dinner, and the gentlemen 
in charge of the various Excursions, will also wear Badges. 

_ ^Honorary Local Seerdaries (Hon. Sec.) 

\ Honorary Local Treasurer (T.) 





(Bmeral ^Irmngcments. 


All General Meetings of the Association will be held in the Coliseum, 
in Cookridge Street, and the Public Medicine Section will meet at the 
Philosophical Hall, in Park Row. With these two exceptions, the whole 
of the work of the Meeting will be done in the Mechanics’ Institute and 
adjoining School of Science. 

THE RECEPTION ROOM 

Will be found by turning to the right on entering the Mechanics' Institute 
by the principal door in Cookridge Street. It will be open on Monday, 
August 12th, from 12 o’clock noon until 8 p m., and during the rest of the 
Meeting from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. 

POST AND TELEGRAPH OFFICE. 

Telegraphic Address :—“ Congress,” Leeds. 

A special office will be open until 7 p.m. each day during the Meeting in 
the basement of the Mechanics’ Institute (down the left-hand staircase 
opposite the principal entrance). Members are particularly requested to 
ask at the Post Office for letters and telegrams. Each morning lists will 
be posted up of the names of those for whom letters and telegrams 
received the previous day are waiting. The Letter-box is in the passage 
outside the Post Office. 

TELEPHONE. 

On the Ground Floor, Mechanics’Institute. Exchange, No. 600. (See Plan.) 

READING AND WRITING ROOMS 

Arc provided on the First Floor of the M^^chanics’ Institute, and are most 
easily reached by the staircase near the Reception Room door. 

LUNCHEON ROOM 

In the Crypt of the Mechanics’ Institute. Luncheon will be provided at a 
cost of 2s. 6d., from 12 to 3 o’clock daily. 

SMOKING ROOM 

On the First Floor of the Mechanics’ Institute. (Staircase near Medicine 
Section Room, Special Entrance, Vernon Street). 

NEWSPAPER STALL. 

Messrs. Goodall and Suddick will supply a Newspaper Stall, which will 
be found immediately on the right inside the principal entrance of the 
Mechanics’ Institute. London Papers will arrive at 10.10 a.m. 






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LADIES’ ROOM AND CLOAK ROOM 
(With ATTE^"DANT), 

On the First Floor of the Mechanics’ Institute (special entrance, Vernon 
Street). 


DRESSING ROOM. 

Arrangement for the above, from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., has been made at the 
Trevelyan Hotel, l^oar Lane, at a charge of 1/- each member making use 
of it. Dressing Bags may be left in charge of the Manager. 








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2lcce5s to Sectional ZTlcetin^ Kooms, etc. 


In consequence of the narrowness of the passages in the Mechanics 
Institute and School of Science, and especially of the single one which 
forms the sole means of communication between these two buildings, 
Members are particularly requested to consult the Table given below, and as 
far as possible to enter by the door, the name of which is placed opposite 
the room they wish to reach. 


SECTIONS. 


Building. 

A. Medicine .Mechanics’Institute.. 

B. Surgery . .School of Science 

■C. Obstetric Medicine .. .. Mechanics’ Institute.. 

D. Public Medicine .. .. Philosophical Hall .. 

E. Psychology . .. .. School of Science 

F. Pathology and Physiology .. „ 

<T. Ophthalmology .... „ 

H. Diseases of Children .. .. „ 

I. Laryngology. „ 

J. Otology.Mechanics’Institute.. 

K. Pharmacology and Thera¬ 

peutics .School of Science 


A. Food and Drugs 

B. Pathology . 

*C. Anatomy and Physiology .. 
D. Instruments and Books 


MUSEUM. 
Mechanics’ Institute.. 

School of Science 
Mechanics’ Institute.. 


E. Sanitary and Ambulance 

Appliances .. .. School of Science 


GENERAL ROOMS. 


Heception.Mechanics* Institute.. 

Reading and Writing .... ,, 

Ladies’ . „ 

Luncheon. ,, 

Cloak . „ 

Post and Telegraph Office .. „ 


Council Room 


OFFICIAL. 

Mechanics’ Institute.. 


Editor’s Room .. .. .. School of Science 

•Oeneral Secretary's Room .. Mechanics’Institute.. 


Floor. Door. 

Ground .. Cookiidge Street 

(Principal). 
First .. Rossington Street. 
First .. Cookridge Street. 

(Principal). 
In Park Row. 

Ground .. Rossington Street. 
First .. „ 

Ground .. ,, 


„ .. Cookridge Street 

(Principal). 

First .. Rossington Street. 


Ground Cookridge Street 

Albert Hall (Principal). 

Second .. Rossington Street. 
Ground Cookridge Street 

Albert Hall (Principal). 

Basement Rossington Street. 


Ground .. 

First 

(Ciypt) 

Basement 


Cookridge Street 
(Principal). 

Vernon street. 
Cookridge street 
(Principal). 


Ground .. Cookiidge Street 
(Principal). 
„ .. Rossington Stieet. 

„ .. Vernon Street 

(2nd door). 


Local Secretaries’ Ro^^m .. 













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minimal ilTuseum. 


In connection with the Fifty-seventh Annual Meeting of the British- 
Medical Association, +he Museum and Exhibition will be held in the Albert 
Hall, and the Covered Play-ground and Chemical Laboratory of tlie Leeds 
School of Science (Mechanics’ Institute). 

The Museum will be arranged in the following sections :— 

Section A.—In tbe Albert Hall, Foods and Dpugs including Antiseptic 
dressings and other Chemical and Pharmaceutical preparations, llonorar]! 
SecretaHes, Dr. J. Hellier, 1, De Crey Terrace, Leeds; Mr. C. V. Newstead,. 
40, Headingley Lane, Leeds.) 

Skction B. —In the Chemical Laborator}’-, Pathology, comprising casts, 
models, diagrams, apparatus, microscopical and spirit preparations, etc. 
Honorary Secretanes, Dr. J. Dobson, 27, Burley Lawn, Leeds ; Dr. H^ 
Jacob, 12, Park Street, Leeds. 

Section C.—In the Chemical Laboratory, Anatomy and Physiology, 
comprising special dissections, methods of preparation, drawings, models, 
microscopes, microtomes, and microscopic preparations. Honorary Secre¬ 
taries, Physiology, Dr. De Burgh Birch, 16, De Grey Terrace, Leeds. 
Anatomy, Dr. Wardrop GriflBth, 23, Park Square, Leed>!. 

Seciton D. —In the Albert Hall, Instruments and Books, including 
appliances, medical, surgical, and electrical. Honorary Secretaries, Instru¬ 
ments, Mr. W. H. Brown, 19, Queen Street, Leeds. B^oks, Mr. F. H. 
Mayo, 49, Otley Road, Leeds. 

Section E.—In the Covered Play ground, School of Science, Sanitary 
AND Ambulance Appliances. Honorary Se''retaries, Sanitary, Mr. J. S. 
Loe, Grafton Street, Leeds. Amhvlance, Mr. R. N. Hartley, Blenheim 
Terrace, Leeds. 

Chairman, Museum Committee, T. Churton, M.D. 

Honorary Secretary, Ernest H. Jacob, M.D., 12, Park Street, Leeds. 

Communications on general matters connected with the Museum to be 
addressed to the Museum Secretary, Dr. Jacob, 12, Park Street, Leeds. 





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(Entertainments. 


THE ANNUAL DINNER 

Of the Association will be held in the Town Hall, on Thursday, August 
]5tb, at 7.30 p.m. Tickets, including wine, One Guinea; without wiue, 
15s. Members are particularly requested to apply early for Tickets, and 
to choose their seats in the Reception Room. Xo Tickets will he sold after 
the R^xeption Room closes on Wednesday Evening. 

Tickets for Ladies wishing to attend the speeches may be obtained by 
members when purchasing their Dinner Tickets. 

(For late trains from Leeds see X)agc 18.) 

CONVERSAZIONE, 

Given by the President and Local Executive Committee in the Municipal 
Art Gallery, at 8.30 p m., on Wednesday, August 14th. 

Invitation cards can be obtained by members in the Reception Room. 

The Guests are requested to observe the following arrangements :— 

1. Carriages to set down at the Calverley Street entrance. 

2. Admission Cards must be given up at the entrance. 

3. Cloak Room Arrangements : 

The Rate Office, exactly opposite to the Calverley Street entrance, 
will be used as the Gentlemen s Cloak Room. The counter will be 
divided into ten sections, each section taking 100 guests, and being in 
charge of an attendant. The sections will be marked off by placards 
announcing the number to be taken in each section. 

Each Invitation or Admission Card will be accompanied by a 
double Cloak Room Ticketand, on arriving, the guest will go to 
the section of the Cloak Room containing his number ; e g., the Cloak 
Room Ticket No. 407 will go to section 401-500 inclusive. One half 
of the ticket is to be retained by the guest, the other half to be 
given up with coats, &c. 

The same arrangements will be made in the Ladies’ Cloak Room. 

4. The President will receive the guests in the Stair-case Hall. 

5. Refreshments will be served in the North Room. 

6. The Entertainment by Mr. and Mrs. Upton and Mr. Laurence Kellie 

will be given in the Reading Room. 

CAEIIIAGE EEGULATIONS. 

SETTING DOWN. 

Carriages will proceed by way of Park Lane to the Calverley Street 
entrance of the Municipal Buildings, and set down with horses’ heads to 
Great George Street, and will leave by Great George Street. 










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TAKING UP, 

Carriages will be parked in Victoria Square and adjacent streets, 
Tinder the directions of the Police on duty, and will take up with horses* 
heads towards Great George Street, and move off by Great George Street. 


GARDEN PARTIES. 

Thursday. 4 to 6.30 p.m. A Garden Party will be given by Sir James i 
Kitson, Bart., at Gledhow Hall. 1 

Friday, 4 to 6.30 p.m. A Garden Party will be given by Mr, T. R. 
Jessop, F.K.C.S., at Roundhay Mount. 

Carriages will be provided at 3.30, in Vernon Street; 
fare in both instances, 6d. for the single journey. 

The Headingley Tram-cars will also, by special arrangement, 
run through the town to Roundhay on both Thursday and 
Friday afternoons, beginning at 3.30 p.m., and then every 
15 minutes until 7 p.m. They will stop at the Mechanics’ 
Institute to take up passengers. 

4 to 6 P.M. A Garden Party will be given at the West | 

Riding Asylum, Wakefield, by Mr. Be van Lewis, Medical j 

Director, I 

Train, 3.25 and 4,35 p m., Great Northern Station, to West- ] 
gate, Wakefield. 

■Saturday, 4 p. m. A Garden Party will be given by the Lord Bishop j 

of Ripon and Mrs Carpenter, at the Palace, Ripon. This | 

Garden Party is included in the programme of Excursion No. : 

5, but the invitation is extended to all Members of the j 

Association. j 

AFTERNOON RECEPTIONS. \ 

Wednesday, 4.30 to 6.30 p.m. An Afternoon Reception will be given at 

the Yorkshire College, by The Most Hon. the Marquis of Ripon | 
(President), Council, and Senate of the College. 

4 to 6.30. An Afternoon Reception, at the Carlton Barracks, 
will be given by Colonel Wilson and Officers of the 3rd 
Volunteer Battalion of the West Yorkshire Regiment to j 

members who are or have been connected with any of the I 

military services. ' 

Invitation Cards for the Garden Parties and Receptions can be I 
obtained by members in the Reception Room. 

RECEPTION AND BALL. 

Friday, 8 p.m. The Mayor and Mayoress of Leeds (Alderman and 1 

Mrs. Ward) will give a Reception, followed by a Ball, in the 
Town Hall in honour of the Association. 

Members can obtain Invitation Cards in the Reception Room. 

No Cards will be issued after Ihursday. 









SHORT EXCURSIONS. 

MORNING DRIVES AND VISITS TO MANUFACTORIES, 
ETC. 


I In order to facilitate the necessary arrangements for 
conveyance, members are particularly requested to 
I enter their names in the Reception Room for the 
above as early as possible. 

Tickets must be obtained not later than the day 
! previous to visit. 

' Fares for circular visits to manufactories will be 
1/6, to be paid on taking ticket. 

I Members are requested, when visiting manufac- 
! tories, to take their Association Tickets, as in some 
I instances they will be required for presentation. 


Wednesday- 

9..30 A.M.—Drive to Adel Church -and Kirkstall Abbey. 

Conducted by the Vicar of Adel and Professor 
Ransome (Professor of Modern History at the 
Yorkshire College). Number unlimited. Fare 2/-, 
to 1,‘e paid on taking ticket. 

No 1 Circular Visit (Number limited to 25). 

10 a.m.— 12-30 p.M.—V isit to Messrs. Barban’s, Manufacturing 
Clothiers, Park Square and Woodhouse Square. 

Messrs. Cliff and Co.’s Works, Wurtley 
(Pottery Works). 

Messrs. Pawson and Sons’ Works, Wortley, 
Cloth Manufacturers. (Luncheon provided.) 

No. 2 Circular Visit (Number unlimited). 

10.30 A.M. —12.30 p M.—Visit to Messrs. Fairbairn’s, Wellington Bridge. 
Flax, Machine, and Tool Makers. 

Messrs. Paul and Co., The “Oak” Tannery, 
Kirkstall Road. 

Messrs. McCorquodale and Co., Basinghall 
Street, Printers and Lithographers. 

No. 3 Circular Visit (Number limited to 12.'3). 

10 am. —2 p.m. —Messrs. Greenwood and Batley, iVlakers of 
Torpedoes, Ammunition, and Heavy Tools, Armley 
Road. (Luncheon provided for 100.) 

Messrs. Eyres and Co., Woollen Manufacturers, 
Armley. (Luncheon provided for 25.) 






2.oO—3 30 P.M. —Organ Eecital at Armley Church. 

3.30 P.M. —Afternoon Tea at Dr. Coleman’s, Armley. 

Excursion to Boroughbridge and Aldborough (the ancient city 
of Isiirium). 

A party not exceeding 25 in number will leave Leeds, North Eastern 
Station, by the 11 a m. train for Boroughbridge. Conducted by Mr. 
A. D. H. Leadman, F.S.A. 

Luncheon will be provided by Mr. Lawson, Aldborough Manor. 


Thursday, 

9.30 A.M.—Drive to Temple Newsam (the seat of the 
Hon. Mrs. Meynell Ingram), and Eoundhay Park. 
Conducted by Mr. C. Eichardson. Number Un¬ 
limited. Fare 1,6, to be paid on taking ticket. 

No. 1 Visit (Number unlimited). 

10—11 A.M.—Visit TO THE Farxley Iron Works. (Train 10.15 
a.m. L. & N. W. Railway to Wortley; return 11.58 
a.m.) 

No. 2 Circular Visit (Number unlimited). 

10—12 A.M.—Visit to Messrs. Arthur and Co., Park Square,, 
Manufacturing Clothiers. 

Messrs. J. Tetley and Sons’ Brewery. 

No. 3 Visit (Number limited to 100). 

10 A.M —2 P.M. —Visit to Leeds Forge Co.’s Works. (Corrugated' 
Boiler Flues, Fox’s Tyres, Extensive Water Gas 
Plant, &c.) (Luncheon provided.) 

No. 4 Circular Visit (Number limited to 40). 

10—12 A.M. —Visit to Messrs. Crawford’s Mills, East Street.. 
Woollen Manufacturers. 

Messrs. Elliott Hinchcliffe and Co.’s Mills. 
Woollen Manufacturers. 

Messrs. Taylor’s ‘ ‘ Cl a renc e ” I rox wor ks. 
(Luncheon provided.) 

No. 5 Circular Visit (Number unlimited). 

10 am.—2 p.m.—Visit to Mr. Alf Cooke’s Colour Printing 
Works. 

Messrs. Tannett and Walker’s Ironworks. 
Messrs. Fowler and Co.’s Steam Plough Works. 


Visit to Menston Asylum. Train, Midland Railway Station, 1.15- 
p.m., to Guiseley. Return train, 3.24 or 6.24 p.m. from Guiseley. 






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Friday- 

y.^iO A.M.—Drive to Harewood axd Harewood HorsE(the 
Seat of the Earl of Harewood). Conducted by Mr, 
P. A. Steedman, of Harewood, w'ho invites the 
party to luncheon. Fare 2/-, to be paid on taking 
ticket. Number limited to 25. 

No. I Circular Visit (Number limited to 50). 

10—12 A.M.—Visit to Messrs. Buckley’s Works, Greek Street. 
Manufacturing Clothiers. 

The Burmantoets Pottery Company’s V. orks, 
Makers of the ‘ ‘ Burmantofts Faience. ” 

Messrs. Lawson & Co.’s Foundry. (Refresh¬ 
ments provided.) 

No. 2 Visit (Number unlimited). 

11 A.M.— 2 p.m. — Visit to Messrs. Nichol’s Tannery. (Kirkstall 
Abbey also can be visited at same time.) 

No. 3 Circular Visit (Number unlimited). 

10 a.m. —2 p.m. — Visit to the Monk Bridge Ironworks. (Manu¬ 
facture of Steel, &c.) 

Messrs. Nichols & Beckworth, The “Joppa” 
Tannery. 

No. 4 Circular Visit (Number limited to 20). 

.10 A.M.— 2 p.m.—Visit to Messrs. Manning & Wardle’s Engine 
Works, Hunslet. Luncheon provided. 

Messrs. Kitson’s Airedale Foundry. Loco¬ 
motive makers. 

No. 5 Visit (Number unlimited). 

12 a.m. —2 p.m.—Visit to Telephone Company’s Switch Room, 
Central Exchange, Park Row. Or on any other 
day at the same on presentation of member’s card. 



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(Beitcml anb Special JHcetings. 


1. On Tuesday Evening, at 8.30, the President’s Address. Coliseum. 

2. On Wednesday, at 3 p.m., the Address in Medicine by J. Hughlings 

Jackson, M.D., L.C.r).,F.R S. Coliseum. Presentation of Stewart 
Prize to Dr. E. Klein, F.R.S. 

3. On Thursday, at 3 p.m., the Address in Surgery by T. Piidgin Teale, 

M.A., F.K.S., F.R.C.S. Coliseum. 

4. On Friday, at 3 p.m., the Address in Psychology by Sir James 

(hichton Browne, M.D., F.R.S. Coliseum. 


EXHIBITION OF SURGICAL CASES. 

On Wednesday, August 14th, from 4 to 5.30 pm., in the Central Hall of 
the Infirmary. 

The following IMeetings, by permission of the Council, will be held 
during the Annual Meeting :— 

THE MEDICAL SICKNESS, ANNUITY, AND LIFE ASSURANCE 
SOCIETY. 

A Meeting will be held in the Philosophical Hall, on Wednesday, August 
14th, at 2 o’clock p.ir. 


IRISH MEDICAL SCHOOLS’ AND GRADUATES’ ASSOCIATION. 

The Summer Meeting will be held at 4.15 o'clock p.m. on Wednesday, 14th 
August, in the Philosophical Hall. 

ANATOMICAL SOCIETY. 

The Summer Meeting wdll be held in the Theatre of the Medical School, 
on Thursday, 15th August, at 4.30 p.m. 

NEW SYDENHAM SOCIETY. 

The Annual Meeting of this Society will be held in the Middle Division 
Room, Mechanics’ Institute, on Friday, August 16th, at 9.30 a.m. 
(Special Entrance, Vernon Street.) 


BATHS. 

By the kind permission of the Directors, the Baths of the Oriental Bath 
Company, in Cookridge Street, will be open to Members during the week of 
the meeting on presentation of their cards of Membership, at the following 
reduced rates :— 

First-class Turkish Bath . Is. 6d. 

,, Warm Bath. Cs. Gd. 

,, twimining Bath . Os. Gd. 












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CLUBS OPEN TO MEMBERS OF THE ASSOCIATION. 


The Conservative Club, South Parade. On presentation of a card of a 
Member of the Club to be obtained in the Reception Room. 

The Liberal Club, Park Row. On presentation of their Association 
Ticket. 

The Royal Exchange Reading Room, Boar Lane, near the Queen’s. 
Hotel, is open to Members of the Association during the Meeting 


RESTAURANTS. 
Powolny’s, Bond Street. 

Wood’s, Commercial Street. 

The Queen’s, Bishopgate Street. 
The Grand, Boar Lane. 

The Criterion, New Briggate. 


GRAND THEATRE. 

During the week, Mr. Arthur Roberts, ■with his Burlesque Company. 
Tickets may be obtained at Messrs. Ramsden’s, Park Row, and at the 
Theatre. 


ARRANGEMENTS FOR LADIES. 


A Ladies’ Room and Cloak-room, with attendant, is provided in the 
Mechanics’ Institute (special entrance—Vernon Street). Afternoon Tea 
will be provided each day in this room for Ladies and Members accom¬ 
panying them from 3.30 to 4.30 p.m. Ladies are invited to attend :— 

Tuesday, 4 p.m. —Service in the Parish Church, Sermon by the Bishop of 

Ripon. 

Wednesday, 4.30 to 6.30 p.m.— Reception at the Yorkshire College by 
the President, Council and Senate of the College. 

4 to 6.30 P.M.— Reception given by Colonel Wilson and the 
Officers, 3rd Vol. Batt. West Yorkshire Regiment, to Members 
in the Services at the Carlton Barracks. 

•8.30 P.M. — Conversazione by the President of the Associa¬ 
tion and the Local Executive Committee in the Art Gallery 
and Municipal Buildings. 

Thursday, 4 to 6.30 p.m.— Garden Party at Gledhow Hall, given by Sir 
James Kitson, Bart. 

9 p.m. —The Speeches after the Annual Dinner in the Town 
Hall. Light Refreshments and seats on the orchestra will le 
provided. Tickets for Ladies may be obtained by Members 
when purchasing their Dinner tickets. 












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Friday, 4 to C.30 p.m.—G arden Party at Roundhay Mount, given by 
T. R. Jessop, F.R.C.S.Eng. 

4 to 6 P.M,— Garden Party at the West Riding Asylum, 
Wakefield. 

8 P.M.— Reception and Ball by the Mayor of Leeds, in the 
Town Hall. 

Saturday, Excursions (see page 20). 

4 P.M.— Garden Party, given by the Lord Bishop of Ripon 
and Mrs. Carpenter, at The Palace, Ripon. 

Daily. —Short Excursions to places of interest in the neighbourhood, 
manufactories, etc. (see page 13). 

The Baths of the Oriental Bath Company are, by kind permission 
of the Directors, open to Ladies presenting a card to be 
obtained in the Ladies’ Room, at the following reduced 
rates : — 

First-class Turki.«h Bath, open 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Is. 

First-class Swimming Bath, on Thursday, 9.30 a.m. to 3 p.m. 6d. 


RAILWAY ARRANGEMENTS. 


Members of the Association, on application at the booking office at 
Leeds, and on production of their cards of Membership, can have issued to 
them return tickets at single fares, available from Leeds to any station 
within a radius of fifty miles. The same facilities will be aflforded to ladies 
accompanying Members. Periodical tickets (first class) to Harrogate or 
Ilkley, available for seven days, will be issued to Members of the 
Association at a charge of 10s., each on production of the voucher above 
named. These facilities will apply strictly to Leeds, and there will be 
no reduction in the fares charged to the Members of the Association on, 
their journey to Leeds for the Meeting. 


LATE TRAINS FROM LEEDS. 


Gextr.al Station 

G.N. 10-0 P.M. Ardsley, Wakefield, Doncaster, Bawtry, Retford, &c. 
G.N. 10-0 P.M. (Tuesday only.) Ossett, Dewsbury, Batley. 

G.N. 10-5 P.M. Armley, Braraley, Stanningley, Bradford. 

G.N. 10-10 P.M. (Not on Tuesday.) Ardsley, Stanley, Methley, 
Castleford. 

G.N. 10-35 P.M. Lowmoor and Halifax. 

L. & Y. 10-45 P.M. Lowmoor and Halifax. 

G.N. 10. to P.M. Armley, Bramley, Stanningley, Bradford. 

G.N. 10-50 P.M. (Tuesday only.) Ardsley, Stanley, Methley, 
Castleford. 

O.N. 11-20 P.M. Ardsley, Wakefield, Doncaster. 







BritisI) JWfUtcal Association 


FIFTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL MEETING. 

LEEDS, 1559. 

journal. 

No. 4. 

Friday Morning, Aagivst 16 th. 


PAGE. 


Access to Sectional Rooms, etc. 9 

Agenda ... 36 

Annual Museum. 10 

Badges, Officers. 6 

Clubs, etc., open to Members .. 17 

Entertainments. ... 11 

Excursions (Saturday). 21 

Excursions and Visits. 13 

General Arrangements. 7 

General and Special Meetings... 16 
Irish Graduates’Associ.ation ... 16 

Ladies, Arrangements for ... 17 

List of Members . 47 

Local Committees . 4 

Luncheon . 7 


PAGE. 

Medical Sickness, Annuity and 


Life Assurance Society ... 16 

New Sydenham Society ... 16 

Officers of the Association .. 3 

Postal and Telegraph Office ... 7 

Programme of Proceedings ... 35 

Programme of To-day .. ... 36 

Railway Arrangements ... 18 

Readers of Addresse.s. 3 

Reception Room ... ... 7 

Rules for the conduct of Annual 

Meetings . 45 

Sectional Arrangements ... 38 

Short Excursions . 13 

Telephone . 7 

Tram Cars . 19 


All communications intended for this Journal should be sent marked 
Editor Daily Journalf and must he in the Editor's hands before five 
o’clock the previous evening. 

A 















THE IDEAL FORM OF COD-LIVER OIL, 


“ Patients unable to tolerate the purest and most carefully 
prepared Cod-Liver Oil can readily digest and assimilate it when 
combined with Maltine .”—British Medical Journal. 

The following’ points differentiate Maltine with God-Liver 
Oil from all other preparations of oil and malt;— 

1. Owing to the discovery of a special process, we are able 
to combine, in a stable form, a larger quantity of the oil with the 
malt than is done in any other preparation. 

2. At the same time, the presence of the oil is disguised with 
absolute success. This cannot be predicated of any other product. 

o. The combination is far more intimate; consequently the 
oil is more digestible. 

4. The superiority of Maltine in albuminoids, makes this com¬ 
bination the most flesh-forming preparation of Cod-Liver Oil, 

A few words may not be amiss regarding the use which is 
now generally made of Maltine with Cod-Liver Oil by the Pro¬ 
fession. 

In phthisis its action is most marked, alleviating the cough, 
increasing the body-weight, improving the general health of the 
patient, and retarding the pulmonic disorganisation. It is found 
most useful in convalescence from acute general disease, in 
chronic inflammations, and in the sequelre of acute specific disease. 
It is very serviceable in scrofula, chronic rheumatism, and 
chronic skin affections. When the nutritive process begins to 
Hag, as in the case of old people, Maltine with Cod-Liver Oil pro¬ 
motes that function, and generally when the patient is feeble, and 
presents a condition of depraved nutrition, Maltine with Cod- 
Liver Oil is prescribed with advantage. 

We shall be pleased to send Specimens free of charge to 
Medical Men- 

The word “ MALTINE ” is our Registered Trade Mark. 

In Prescribing kindly specify “The Maltine Manufacturing Company.” 


THE MALTINE MANUFACTURING COMPANY, Ld., 

24 and 26, HART STREET. BLOOMSBURY, 

LONDON, W.C. 










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jVIidland Station 

10-0 p.M. Normanton, Sheffield, Chesterfield, Derby. &c. 

10-10 p.M. Bradford (express). 

10 23 P.M. Armley, Kirkstall, Newlay, Calverley, Apperley, Shipley, 
Bradford, Bingley, Keighley. 

10-45 P.M. Shipley, Bradford, Bingley, Keighley, Skipton. 

10-45 p.M. Shipley, Guiseley, Menston, Burley, Ilkley. 

10- 50 p.M. Woodlesford, Methley, Normanton. 

11- 15 P.M. Bradford (express). 

11-18 P.M. Armley, Kirkstall, Newlay, Calverley, Shipley, Brad¬ 
ford. 

11-38 p.M. Normanton, Sheffield, Derby. 

New Station:— 

L. &N. W. 9-.30 p.M. Dewsbury Huddersfield, Madchester. 

N.E. 10-55 p.M. Cross Gates, Garforth, Selby, Hull. 

L. & N. W. 11-0 p.M. Morley, Batley, Dewsbury, Huddersfield. 
N.E. 11-5 p.M Horsforth, Arthington, Harrogate. 

N.E. 11-10 P.M. York (express), 

N.E. 2-14. A.M. York, Scarbro’, Whitby, &c. 


CAB FARES. 

By Distance.— For any number of persons not exceeding five, for the 
first mile, one shilling : for every additional quarter of a mile, threepence. 

By Time.— For any number of persons not exceeding five, for the first 
quarter of an hour, one shilling ; for every succeeding quarter of an hour, 
sixpence. 

Disengaged Cabs will stand in Rossington Street, along the south side of 
the Mechanics’ Institute. 


TRAM CARS. 

The Tramway Terminus is in Boar Lane, at its Junction with Briggate. 
Cars run as follows :— 

CHAPELTOWN. 

Leaves (the Queen’s Arms) Chapeltown for Briggate at 7.55 a.m., and 
every 15 minutes till 9.55 p.m. Extra on Saturdays till 10.25 p.m. 

Leaves Briggate for Chapeltown (the Queen’s Arms) at 8.30 a.m., and 
«very 15 minutes till 10.30 p.m. Extra on Saturdays till 11.0 p.m. 

Note.— The 10.15 and 10.30 p.m. Cars from Briggate on Weekdays, and 
the 10.45 and 11.0 p.m. on Saturdays, run to Mexbro’ Arms only. 

Leaves Reginald Terrace, Chapeltown Road, for Briggate at 8.71 a. m., 
and every 7J minutes till 7.22| p.m , then every 15 minutes till 10.7^ p.m. 
.Saturdays every minutes till 10.37i P-’^* 

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Leaves Briggate for Reginald Terrace (Chapeltown Road) at 8.30 a.m.^ 
and every minutes till 7.45 p.m., then every 15 minutes till 10.30 p,m. 
Saturdays every minutes till 11.0 p.m. 

Note. —Extra Cars leave the Chapeltown Tram Yard on Weekdays at 
7.40, 8.7^. 8.22|, and S.Slh a.m. 

HEADINGLEY. 

Leaves Three Horse Shoes, Headingley, at 7.42^ a.m., and every 10* 
minutes till 7.22^ p.m., then every 15 minutes till 9.525 p.m. Saturdays 
every 10 minutes all day till 10.22J p.m. 

Leaves Boar Lane for Three Horse Shoes at 8.20 a.m., and every 10 
minutes till 8.0 p.m., then every 15 minutes till 10.30 p m. Saturdays 
every 10 minutes all day till 11.0 p.m. 

KIRKSTALL. 

Leaves Boar Lane for Kirkstall at 8.30 a,m., and every 10 minutes until 
8.30 p.m,, then every 15 minutes until 10.30 p.m. Saturdays every 10 
minutes all day until 11.0 p.m. 

Leaves Kirkstall for Boar Lane at 8.5 a.m., and every 10 minutes until 
7.55 p.m., then every 15 minutes until 9.55 p.m. Saturdays every 10 
minutes all day until 10.25 p.m. 

Cars run to and from Meanwood Road, Upper ^YoRTLEY, and York 
Road about every 10 minutes. 


OMNIBUSES. 

The Omnibus Terminus is in Briggate, between Commercial Street and 
Boar Lane, from whence ’Busses run at short intervals to all parts of the 
Borough. 






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€j;curstons. 


No. I. 


THE SCARBOROUGH EXCURSION, 

Saturday, Aug. Yith; Monday, Aug. \^tk. 
Arranged by the Profession in Scarborough. 


Saturday, August VJtli. 


LEEDS, N.E.; 
Train (Special) 

York. 

York ... 

Scarbro’ 


STATION. 

... leave 9.10 a.m. 
... arrive 9.50 ,, 
... leave 10.2 ,, 
... arrive 11.30 ,, 


Luncheon (by invitation) given by Members of the Profession of Scar¬ 
borough and neighbourhood, at the Loyal Hotel at 1 p.in. 

Carriages will start from Royal Hotel at 3.15 p.m., for excursions to the 
town and neighbourhood 

Yachts will start from the Pier at 3.30 p.m., for trips to sea. 

A Garden-Party at St. Nicholas House, given by Mr. J. W. Woodall, 
from 3.30—7.0 p.m. 

Reception by His Worship the Mayor of Scarborough (Official Chair¬ 
man of the Company) and the Committee of the Cliff Bridge 
Company, will be held in the Grand Hall of the Spa at 8.30 p.m. 

During the evening the G rounds will be specially illuminated. 

Sunday, August IS^A. 

A Special Service at the Parish Church (St. Mary’s). (Preacher : The 
Yen. Archdeacon ILunt, D.D.), at 10.30 a.m. 

A Concert of Sacred Music will be given in the Spa Grounds, from 3.0 
—4.30 p.m. 

Mr. G. Alderson Smith will be “At Home,” at Wheatcroft Cliff, from 
4.0—6.30 p.m. 

Monday, August \^th. 

A Deep Sea Trawling expedition will probably be arranged. 

Through the kindness of Mr. Morgan, members and their wives will be 
admitted free to the Aquarium on Saturday, Sunday, and Monday 
{August 11 th, 18^/i, and X^th) ; also to the Concert of Sacred Alusic 
on Sunday evening at 8 p.m. 

Dr. Calantarients invites members and their wives to visit his Glaciar- 
ium at the Londesborougb Rooms. 

Arrangements have been made at the Grand and Royal Hotels for the 
reception of visitors, where meals will be served at the customary 
Hotel hours. 

N.B.—All Excursions and Entertainments, including admittance to the 
Spa Grounds on August 11th, l^th, and up to 5 p.m l^th, are free 
to Members and Ladies accompanying them on production of this 
Ticket. 





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No. 2. 

THE ILKLEY AND BOLTON ABBEY EXCURSION, 

Saturday^ August lltli. 

Arranged by the Profession in Bradford and Ilk ley. 
LEEDS: MIDLAND STATION. 

Train. 


Leeds . . 

depart 

9.35 a.m. 

Guiseley (to take up members) 

arrive 

10.12 „ 

Ilkley (to take up members) ... 

arrive 

10.34 „ 

Bolton Abbey Station. 

arrive 

10.49 ,, 

WAGONETTES. 


Bolton Abbey Station ... 

depart 

11.0 a.m. 

Bolton Woods and Strid 

arrive 

1140 „ 

Bolton Woods and Strid 

depart 

12.40 p.m. 

Bolton Abbey . 

arrive 

12.55 ,, 

Bolton Abbey 

depart 

1.30 „ 

Devonshire Arms Hotel 

arrive 

1.45 „ 

LUNCHEON. 



Walk to Bolton Abbey Station 

depart 

2.47 p.m. 

Ilkley . 

arrive 

3.5 „ 

or Ben Rhydding . 

arrive 

3.8 „ 


Until 5.30 members can visit any of the Hydropathic Establishments, 
such as Ilkley Wells House, Ben Rhydding, Craiglands, Troutbeck, 
&c , or visit the Old White Wells, the Semon Convalescent Home, 
Panorama Rocks, Cow and Calf, the Ilkley Wells Hospital, the old 
Parish Church (with the Stone Crosses), or pass over the river 
towards Middleton Moor, &c. 

DINNER. 

Dinner will be served in the Winter Garden of Ilkley Wells House, at 
5.30 precisely. 

After Dinner, ample time will be afiforded for a leisurely walk down to 
the Ilkley Station, from which the train back to Leeds will start at 
8.35 p.m. 

Leeds . arrive 9.25 p.m. 

Directions for Entertainers from Bradford, Ilkley, c£-c,;— 


Bradford : Midland Station ... 

... at 

9.48 a.m 

Manningham 

,, 

9.52 „ 

Shipley ... . 

... ,, 

9.58 ,, 

Reaching and joining guests at 


Guiseley. 

arrive 

10.12 a.m. 

Guiseley ... 

depart 

10.16 ,, 

Burley . 

arrive 

10.24 ,, 

Ilkley 

arrive 

10.34 „ 


The Bradford members will leave Ilkley by the same train, 8.35 p.m. 
which leaves for Leeds, being detached from the Leeds portion at 
Guiseley. 






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No. 3. 

THE YORK, HELMSLEY, AND RIEVAULX ABBEY 
EXCURSION, 

Saturday, August VIth. 

LEEDS, N.E.R. STATION. 

Leeds (special) . depart 9.10 a.m, 

York . ... ... ... ... airive 9.50 a.m. 

I The party will here be met by the Committee of the Medical Profession 
at York, by whom all arrangements have been made for the con¬ 
venience of the visitors in York. 

I 10.0 a.m. Received by Canon Raine, who will conduct the party round 
the'Museum and Grounds of the Yorkshire Philosophical Society, 
St. Mary’s Abbey, Roman and other antiquities. 

10.45 a.m. Mr. Buckle, Superintendent of the Wilberforce School for 
the Blind, which occupies the Ancient Royal Palace of the Stuarts, 
win point out matters of interest in that building. 

11.30 a.m. The Minster will be visited, Canon Raine having kindly 
consented (in the unavoidable absence of the Dean of York) to act 
as cicerone. 

12.30 p.m. The party will proceed to the Mansion House, where they 

I will be received by the Lord Mayor. The ancient plate, &c., will 

' be inspected. The Guildhall wdll afterwards be visited. 

LUNCHEON. 

I At the North Eastern Railway Station Hotel, by invitation of the 
I Members of the Medical Profession in York, 1.0 p.m. 


TRAIN. 


York.depart 2.25 p.m. 

Helmsley Station . arrive 3.30 ,, 

CARRIAGES. 

“ The Black Swan ” Hotel, arrive 3.40 p.m. 

TEA. 

Drive through Duncombe Park to Rievaulx Terrace, overlooking 
Eievaulx Abbey and village, arrive 4.30 p.m. 

Inspect paintings, Avalk on Terrace and see Rievaulx Abbey (4.30— 
5. :^0 p. m.). 

Re-enter carriages, 5.30 p m. 

Visit and inspect ruins of Helmsley Castle, built a.d. 1200, 5.50 p.m. 
Leave by carriage, 6.10 p.m. 

Helmsley, 6.30 p.m. 

DINNER 

Will be served at “ The Black Swan.” 

Helmsley Station,. depart 8.15 p.m. 

York. . arrive 9.15 ,, 

TRAINS LEAVE YORK FOR 


(Leeds 

I Midland and L. & N.W, 

. G.N.Ry. and King’s Cross 

I The North . 

I Scarborough . 

N.B.—Excursions and entertainments 
on production of this Ticket. 


... depart 9.35 p.m. 

9.28 „ 

9.37 ,, 

„ 10.26 „ 

,, 10.30 ,, 

are free to Members and Ladies 




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No. 4. 

THE HARROGATE EXCURSION, 

Saturday, Aiajmt 

Arranged by the Profession in Harrogate. 

LEEDS, N.E.R. STATION. 

Leeds (Special) ... ... ... depart 9.0 a.m. 

Pannal... ... ... . arrive 9.15 ,, 

The party will liere be met by members of the Profession of Harrogate, 
who will conduct the excursion. 

FOUR-HORSE DRAGS. 

Plumpton Rocks ... ... ... arrive 10.0 am. 

Plumpton Rocks ... ... ... depart 10.30 ,, 

Knaresboro’ ... ... ... ... arrive 11.0 ,, 

LIGHT REFRESHMENTS. 

The party will here visit the Castle, Dropping Well, Robin Hood’s and 
Eugene Aram’s Cave. 

Knaresboro’ ... ... ... ... depart 12.30 p.m. 

Drive by Scriven and Scotten to 

Ripley Castle ... ... ... arrive 1.15 ,, 

Ripley Castle ... ... ... depart 1.45 ,, 

Harrogate .arrive 

LUNCHEON 

Will be served in the New Bath Hospital lately opened by H.R.H. 
Prince Albert Victor, at 2.30 p.m. 

After Lunch the party will be shown the Wells. Drive.s in the neigh¬ 
bourhood will be organized. Entertainments will be provided, and 
in the evening the houses of the various Medical men of Harrogate 
will be thrown open for the reception of visitors. 

TRAIN. 

Harrogate (Special) ... ... depart 8.50 p.m. 

Leeds . ... ... arrive 9.30 ,, 


N.B. —Excursions and entertainments are free to Members and Ladies 
on production of this Ticket. 



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No. 5. 

THE PATELEY BRIDGE, BRIMHAM ROCKS, FOUN¬ 
TAINS ABBEY, STUDLEY ROYAL, and RIPON 
EXCURSION, 

Saturday^ August VIth. 

LEEDS : N.E.R. STATION. 

Leeds (Special) ... ... ... depart 9.0 a.m. 

Pannal ... ... ... .. arrive 9.15 ,, 

/ (The Harrogate party will here leave the traiu.) 

Pateley Bridge. arrive 10.10 ,, 

WAGONETTES. 

Walk up Ravens Gill and Guys Cliff. 

LUNCHEON 

Provided by Mr. George Metcalfe, at Castlestead, 12.0 noon. 

WAGONETTES. 

(Castlestead ... .. ... depart 12.50 p.in. 

Brimham Rocks... ... ... arriv'^e 1.35 ,, 

Brimharn Rocks... ... ... depart 2.15 ,, 

Fountains Hall ... ... ... arrive 3.15 ,, 

Fountains Abbey and Grounds. 

TEA 

Provided in the Abbey Grounds, by the Most Honourable the Marquess 
of Ripon, K.G., 3.45 p.m. 

Walk through the Grounds to meet Wagonettes. 

WAGONETTES. 

Canal Gates ... ... ... depart 4.3J p.m. 

Ripon ... ... ... ... arrive 5.0 ,, 

Visit Cathedral. 

Lavatory accommodation will be provided at the Unicorn Hotel. 
WAGONETTES. 

Ripon (Unicorn Hotel) ... ... depart 5.30 p.m. 

Palace . .. arrive 6.0 ,, 

The party will be received by the Lord Bishop of Ripon and Mrs. Boyd 
Carpenter. 

REFRESHMENTS. 

Palace . depart 7.45 p.m. 

Ripon Station ... ... ... depart 8.25 ,, 

Harrogate .. ... ... ... depart 8.50 ,, 

(The Hairogate party will rejoin train.) 

arrive 9..30 ,, 


Leeds 








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No. 6. 


THE WASHBURN VALLEY AND FARNLEY 
EXCURSION, 

Saturday, Auyust Vith. 


The whole of the Excursion will be by carriage. 

Mechanics’Institute... ... ... depart 9.0 a.m 

Adel Church.arrive 9.40 ,, 

The'party will be received by the Rector, who will kindly show the 
principal features of this almost unique specimen of Norman 
Architecture. 

Adel Church . depart 10.0 a.m. 

Drive to Pool Bridge and Leathley Village to Bindley Wood Reservoir, 
arrive 11.30 a.m. 

Torpedo ex'periments will be shown by Messrs. Greenwood and Batley. 

Bindley Wood Reservoir. depart 12.30 p.m. 

Swinsty Reserv'oir ... ... arrive 1.15 ,, 


BUNCHEON. 


Provided by Mr. Alderman Woodhouse, Chairman of the Beeds Water¬ 
works Committee. 

Swinsty Reservoir ... ... ... depart 2.15 p.m. 

Fewston ... .arrive 3.0 ,, 

Inspect sinking Village Reservoir, &c. 

Drive over Snowdon Moors by Asquith and Weston. 

Farnley Hall ... .arrive 4.0 p.m. 

The seat of Ayscough Fawkes, Eisq. The well knowm collection of 
J. M. W. Turner’s Pictures will be inspected. 


TEA. 


Farnley Hall ... 

“ White Horse,” Otley 


depart 6.0 p.m. 
arrive 6. .30 ,, 


DINNER. 


“ White Horse,” Otley 
Beeds ... . 


depart 8.0 p.m. 
arrive 9.30 ,, 



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No. 7. 

THE MALHAM COVE, GORDALE SCAR, and SETTLE 
EXCURSION, 

Saturday, August 17th. 

LEEDS, MIDLAND STATION. 

Leeds... ... ... . . ... depart vS.O a.m. 

Bell Busk ... ... .. ... arrive 9.40 ,, 

' To be met by carriages. 

Kirkby Malham . arrive 10.30 ,, 

Visit old Churcb, inspect old Registers with Oliver Cromwell’s signatures, 
and other matters of interest. 

Kirkby Malham . depart 10.45 a.m. 

Gordale Scar... ... ... ... arrive 11.5 ,, 

LIGHT REFRESHMENTS. 

Party will visit Janet’s Force. 

Gordale Scar ... ... ,.. depart 12.0 noon. 

Walk to Malham Cove (1 mile). 

Malham Cove ... ... ... arriv^e 12.30 p.m. 

Malham Cove ... ... ... depart 12.50 ,, 

Carriages will here meet the party. 

Kirkby Malham ... ... ... arrive 1.0 ., 

The party will here divide into two sections. 

(1) . Pedestrians (1 mile—700 feet ascent) with the lighter carriages to 

visit Scaleber Force and down to Settle. Magnificent views crossing 
the Moors. 

(2) . Heavier carriages drive by Otterburn aud Hellifield to Settle. 

The two parties will meet at the Ashfield Hotel, Settle, at 2.45 p.m. 

DINNER. 

After dinner two parties will be formed. 

(1) . Carriages for Stainforth ... ... depart 4.15 p.m. 

(3 miles) 

Visit Stainforth Force ; pedestrians can climb to Catterick Force 
(f mile). 

Stainforth. depart 5.40 p m. 

(2) . Walking party—Those who prefer walking may visit Giggleswick 

School (J mile), see Celtic and Roman Remains from Victoria Cave— 
Walk to Ebbing and Flowing Well mile),—back to Settle and 
ascend Castleberg Rock. 

Settle Station . depart 7.23 p.m. 

Leeds.arrive 8.52 ,, 

N.B.—The Tickets for the above must be preserved, as they will be 
required for presentation during the Excursion. 



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1. The Scarhorouijh Excursion .—Trains will leave the North Eastern 
Railway Station (New) at 9.10 a.m. on Saturday morning, August 17th, 
arriving at Scarborough at 11.30. At 1 p.m. a luncheon will be given 
by the Profession of Scarborough to 100 members of the Association (by 
invitation). In the afternoon excursions by sea and land will be arranged, 
steam yachts will be placed at the disposal of the visitors, and short 
excursions will be organised by carriage. A Garden Party will be given by 
Mr. J. W. Woodall, in honour of the visit of the Association, at St. 
Nicholas ClifiP. In the evening the grounds of the Cliff Bridge Company 
will be thrown open to the members, and especially illuminated ; here a 
reception will be held in the Grand Hall by his worship the Mayor, official 
chairman of the Company, and the Committee. On Sunday a special 
service will be held in the Parish Church (St. Mary’s), preacher, the 
Venerable Archdeacon Blunt, D.D., Chaplain to the Queen. In the after¬ 
noon a concert of sacred music will be given in the Spa Grounds (3 to 4.30), 
and, later, Mr. Alderson Smith will te ‘’at home ” at Wheatcroft Cliff, to 
receive members of the Association and their wives ; by his kindness, also, 
it is hoped that a deep sea trawling expedition will be arranged for Monday 
morning. A fee of one guinea will be charged, which will include all the 
expenses of the excursion. Gentlemen maj'^ Ije accompanied by ladies on 
the same terms, namely: Saloon fare from Leeds to Scarborough, hotel 
accommodation at two of the best hotels from mid-day on Saturday, August 
17th, till mid-day on Monday, August i9th (with the exception of wine). 
The Cliff Bridge Company will admit members free to their Grounds on the 
three days, August 17th, 18th, and 19th, after 5 p.m. All excursions and 
other entertainments are open to all members and ladies accompanying them 
on production of their tickets. The luncheon to be given on Saturday will 
be by invitation only, as it is not possible to secure a room for an unlimited 
number. Any further particulars with regard to the Scarborough Excur¬ 
sion can be obtained on application to Charles F. Hutchinson, M. U., 
Honorary Secretary, May Lodge, Scarborough. 

2. —The Ilkley and Bolton Abbey Excursion .—The route of this excursion 
runs from Leeds in a north-westerly direction, leaving the Midland station 
at 9.35 A.M. ; it passes by way of Armley, Kirkstall (with a view of the old 
abbey of that name), and continues along the Airedale Valley to Apperley 
Bridge. 

After passing Kirkstall Forge, the vale opens out, showing Calverley to 
the south and on the north, giving a fine view of the slope of the hill from 
Rawdon, on which, as prominent objects, stands the Rawdon Convalescent 
Home (founded, for poor patients, by the late Sir H. W. Ripley, Bart.) 



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and the Rawdon Baptist College. These and the numerous villa residences 
of Leeds and Bradford merchants, embowered in trees, form a pleasant and 
striking landscape. Passing Apperley Bridge, the line curves temporarily 
towards the north, up a steep incline, affording a glimpse of the upper 
portion of the Airedale Valley, with Shipley and Bradford in the distance ; 
it then enters a wooded and tunnelled portion, curving back to the west 
and reaching Guiseley ; here, and at Ilkley, the members of the excursion 
will be joined by their entertainers, and the train will proceed along the 
south side of the Wharfedale Valley, towards Ilkley. 

Just before the valley opens there lies, on the south side of the line, the 
/ New Menston Lunatic Asylum, to which the Psychological Section intends 
to pay a visit. Beyond this the line divides, one branch turning to the 
east to Otley, the other pursuing its course to Ilkley and Bolton. In the 
angle made by this division lies the burial place of the late Right Hon. 
W. E. Forster. The spot affords a view of the extent of Wharfedale, 
which, following the course of the river Wharfe from Bolton on the west, 
runs to where the North Eastern line, on its way to Harrogate, crosses the 
valley at Arthington, on the east. The dale is one of the most beautiful in 
Yorkshire, offering at certain points almost unique views, as that at Otley 
Chevin, Brimham Rocks, and the Cow and Calf. The town of Otley lies 
at the east end, on the north side of the valley, opposite the Chevin; the 
village of Burley lies embedded in foliage in the middle of the dale, while 
Ben Rhydding and Ilkley lie on the cliff or south side of the dale, at the 
edge of Rumbold’s Moor. 

The train, proceeding, passes the Burley Station, and at this point on 
the rising ground of the north of the dale may be seen Denton Hall and 
Park, formerly the residence of the famous Fairfax, now the seat of Mr. 
Wyville, J.P. ; and, further west, Myddelton Lodge, the home of the 
Middeltons, one of the oldest Yorkshire county families. The ground now 
rises precipitously to the south, and the first object which strikes the eye is 
the splendidly situated hydropathic establishment of Ben Rhydding. 
Further to the west of it are seen the massive rocks called the Cow and 
Calf, and the Ilkley district opens out, extending almost from the edge of 
the moor for a mile or more down a gentle slope to the river Wharfe. As 
the train moves past Ilkley, a good general view will be obtained of its spa 
establishments and villa residences. The train goes on past the village of 
Addingham (with Beamsley Beacon behind) till it reaches Bolton Bridge at 
10.49 ; at this station wagonettes will be in readiness to take the party to 
the Priory and Bolton Woods. Most people have seen the beautiful print 
of “Bolton Abbey in the Olden Time.'’ The remains of the.Priory are 
charmingly situated, and form a grand adjunct to the restored church. To 
strangers the history of the structure will be freely afforded by some of the 
gentlemen accompanying the party. From the Priory the party will be 
conveyed to Bolton Woods and the Strid in wagonettes. 


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The woods and stream will afiford their own beautiful commentary ; and 
the romantic story of the “ boy of Egremond ” checked in his spring across 
the “ Strid ” by the leashed hound, and drowned in the torrent; the des¬ 
pair of the mother, “ Alice de Romille,” and her subsequent founding of 
the Priory, can all be told on the spot. Time will not afford more than a 
distant view of “Barden Tower,” the home of the Cliffords, and walk 
through the woods, nor can a visit to the Valley of Desolation, with its 
waterfall, be risked ; but these will scarcely be missed amid the surround¬ 
ing beauties. The wagonettes will return from the Strid about 12.40 to 
the Devonshire Hotel, where, if the day be propitious, bunch will be served 
on the lawn at 1.45 p.m. 

The train will leave Bolton Abbey Station at 2.47 p.m. on its return ta 
Ilkley; and here the rest of the day, till dinner-time, will be spent visiting 
the points of interest in its immediate precincts. Ilkley and its neigh¬ 
bouring “ Rombald’s Moor” have their aboriginal and Roman history, 
with their “Cairns,” “ Barrows,” Roman stations and roads. Monumental 
relics have been found abundantly, and one is to be seen at the back of the 
Rose .and Crown Inn, and three ancient crosses in Ilkley Churchyard. The 
old Parish Church will repay a visit. All that the antiquarian will require 
to indicate the ancient history of Ilkley may be obtained from “ Lund’s 
6d. Guide.” Modern Ilkley, as a spa and health resort, as well as Ben 
Rhydding (wdiich was the first of the large hydropathic establishments in 
the neighbourhood), owes its celebrity, not to any medicinal virtue in its 
water, but to the wonderful purity and abundant supply of that water, and 
to the charming situation of the place. There is a valuable chalybeate 
spring at the side of the Moor at Heber’s Gill, past the Semon Convalescent 
Home, but this is quite apart from the main “ Ilkley water.” This Ilkley 
water seems specially adapted for drinking, and for all such purposes as are 
comprised under the head of “Hydropathy;” hence the abundance of 
these establishments. All, or a choice number, of these may be visited ; 
from the original “ Old White Wells,” which everyone will observe high 
up ou the hill side, through the grand structure of Ben Rhydding (Medical 
Officer, Dr. Johnstone) ; the palatial Ilkley Wells (Medical Officer, Dr. 
Scott); the well-known “ Craiglands ” (Medical Officer, Dr. H. Dobson) 
the Elizabethan structure, “Troutbeck;” the “Spa” establishment in 
the Grove, to Rockwood House, Marlborough House, and Stony Lea. 
Besides these there is above the Grove, on the slope of the hill, the Ilkley 
Hospital (Medical Officer, Dr. Johnstone), established in 1829 as the Ilkley 
Bath Charitable Institution. This institution has from 700 to 800 patients 
passing through it in a year ; these are recommended by subscribers ; and 
it can be said with truth that the simple treatment and capital Ilkley air 
materially reinvigorates many of them. Another admirable institution, 
founded by the late Mr. Charles Semon, of Bradford and bequeathed by 
him to the towm of Bradford, is the Semon Convalescent Horae, situated 



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quite on the edge of the moor, south-west above Ilkley, and intended for 
the convalescent and weakly of the working class, clerks, and warehouse¬ 
men ; the whole charge for board and lodging is 12s, 6d. a w'eek, the extra 
cost being furnished by the fund left by M r. C. Semon. The people can 
wander on the moor at will, and convalescents are carried up from the rail • 
way by omnibus. The home is open to others beside the inhabitants of 
Bradford. There are a number of hotels at Ilkley, the principal of which 
are the Middelton, the Crescent, etc. ; but the hydropathic establishments 
also accommodate visitors even for a few days. Between the return arrival 
of the train at Ilkley and the hour at which the party will dine (5.30p.m.), 
beside the places enumerated and the general exploration of Ilkley, if the 
day is fine, a walk to the “ Cow and Calf ” (on the way to Ben Rhydding) 
will yield a magnificent view from those rocks. Also 1^ mile from the 
station south-south-west, another splendid view is obtained f»’om the 
“ Panorama rocks.” Again, the walk to Myddelton Moor, 1^ mile north 
over the Ilkley bridge, will afford many interesting views. To any of the 
party who may prolong their stay over the excursion, the points of interest 
in the locality are many and varied, as Skipton towm and castle, Keighley 
and Howarth (home of Charlotte Bronte, 14 miles), Denton Park, Otley 
and the Chevin, Farnley Hall (2| miles from Otley, full of interesting 
historical records), Burley, Harewood House, Harrogate, Ripon, and Foun¬ 
tains Abbey, etc. After dinner, time sufiicient will be afforded for a 
leisurely stroll to the Ilkley station, from which the train will start on its 
return journey promptly at 8.35 p.m. for Leeds and Bradford. 

3. Tor^, lielmsley, Rlevaulx Abbey. —The party will leave the Xorth 
Eastern Railway Station (New) at 9,10 a.m., reaching York at 9.50, where 
they will be met by the representatives of the profession of York, who have 
hospitably undertaken to entertain the party, and to shew them the various 
objects of interest. The party will first visit the gardens of the Yorkshire 
Philosophical Society, kindly thrown open to them by the courtesy of the 
Honorary Secretary, Mr. Noble, and the Council of the Society. The 
visit will be supervised by Canon Raine. Amongst the objects of interest 
are the ruins of St. Mary’s Abbey, a portion of the old Roman walls and 
a large collection of Roman and other antiquities in the museum and 
hospitium of the Abbey. Afterw'ards the party v/ill proceed to the Palace 
of the Stuart Kings, in which is located the Wilberforce School for the 
Blind. Mr. Buckle, the superintendent of the school, has courteously 
undertaken to point out the features of interest connected with this 
historical building. Leaving the Stuart Palace, our visitors will proceed, 
by way of Bootham Bar, to the Minster, where Canon Raine, in the 
unavoidable and regretted absence of the Dean of York, will again kindly 
undertake the duties of cicerone. After viewing the Minster, it is proposed 
to pay a visit to the Mansion House and Guildhall, where the members and 


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their friends will be received by the Lord Mayor. The ancient plate pre¬ 
served in the Mansion House and Guildhall, which is one of the finest Gothic 
halls in existence, will, it is believed, be inspected with much interest. 
Luncheon, by invitation of the profession in York, will be served at the 
Station Hotel at 1 o’clock, after which the party will be conveyed by special 
train to Helmsley. Here carriages will convey them to Rievaulx Terrac e 
whence, having seen the beautiful view, they will proceed to the Abbey, 
driving through Duucombe Park to the Home Terrace, and thence by the 
ruins of Helmsley Castle to the Black Swan for dinner. The train will leave 
Helmsley for York in time to catch the night mail from York, and the 9.35 
for Leeds. 

4. The Harrogate Excursion. —The party will proceed by special train, 
from the North Eastern Railway Station (New) about 9 a.m, to Pannal, 
where they will be met by carriages. The beautiful grounds and rocks of 
Plumpton will then be visited, where light refreshment will be provided ; 
afterwards the party will drive to Knaresborough Castle, the Dripping 
Well, and the caves memorable as connected with Eugene Aram. Thence 
by Scriven and Ripley Castle to Harrogate. Here the members of the pro¬ 
fession in Harrogate will entertain the party at lunch in the New Bath 
Hospital about 2.30 p.m., afterwards carriages will be provided, so that places 
of interest may be visited. Various other entertainments will be organised, 
and in the evening the houses of the various medical men will be thrown 
open to visitors, and members can return to Leeds either by the special 
train, or by one of the numerous trains leaving Harrogate for Leeds in 
time to catch the night mails. It is expected that many will arrange to 
stay in Harrogate over the Sunday. 

5. The Brimham Bocks, Fountains Ahhey, Studley Royal, and I ipon 
Excursion. —Special train will leave the North Eastern Station (New) at 
9 A.M. for Nidd Bridge, where carriages will meet the party to convey it by 
Ripley Castle up the north side of Nidderdale to the fantastic rocks at 
Brimham ; thence to Castlestead, where the party will be entertained at 
luncheon by Mr. George Metcalfe. After luncheon the party will proceed 
over the moors to Fountains Abbey and Studley Royal, the grounds being 
specially laid open. Here tea, with light refreshments, will be provided 
by the Most Hon. the Marquis of Ripon. Having viewed this, the 
finest of the Cistercian abbeys, the party will proceed to Ripon, where, 
having seen the cathedral, they will be received and entertained at the 
Palace by the Bishop of Ripon and Mrs. Boyd-Carpenter. The train will 
leave Ripon for Leeds at 8.25 p.m., reaching Leeds about 9.30 o'clock. 

6. The Washburn Valley and Farnley Excursion. —The object of this 
excursion is to show the waterworks in connection with Leeds, the beauti- 




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ful scenery of the Mid-Wharfe and Washburn Valleys, and the unique 
collection of Turner paintings at Farnley Hall. The whole journey will 
be b}" carriage. The party will first be conducted to Adel Church, when 
the Rector will show this most perfect specimen of Norman architecture ; 
thence past Creskeld by Arthingtori and Port Bridge, through the pic¬ 
turesque village of Leathley, with its old church and village stocks, through 
Lindley Wood to tlie Reservoir, where Messrs. Greenwood and Batley will 
show some interesting torpedo experiments. The party will then proceed 
over Norwood Edge, whence a splendid view of the whole valley can be 
obtained by Swinsty Reservoir to Fewston (the Sinking Village). Here 
lunch will be provided by the Chairman of the I.eeds Waterworks Com¬ 
mittee, Mr. Alderman Woodhouse. The party will then drive by Snowdon 
Moors to Farnley Hall, the seat of Mr. Ayscough Fawkes, who has kindly 
consented to exhibit his unrivalled collection of paintings by J. M. W. 
Turner, as well as his Cromwellian relics. Thence to Otley, where dinner 
will be served at the White Horse Hotel, the party reaching Leeds in time 
for the night mails. 

7. Malliam Cove^ Gordah Scar, and Settle .—The object of this excursion 
is to show the remarkable scenery produced by the Great Craven Fault in 
the Mountain Limestone, one of the grandest examples in England. A 
special train will leave the Midland station at 8 a. m., reaching Bell 
Busk about 9.40 a.m. Here carriages will be waiting to convey the party 
by Calton Hall, the birthplace of General Lambert, and Kirkby Malham, 
with its interesting church and registers, to Gordale Scar, described by 
Wordsworth as “one of the grandest objects in Nature.” The party, 
having been refreshed at a farmhouse, v ill divide into two, the more adven. 
turous going over the cliffs to Malham Cove, where they will meet the 
party who have driven round. Having viewed this magnificent amphi¬ 
theatre of rocks, the party will return to Kirkby Malham, and will here 
again divide. The lighter carriages, with those who prefer a walk with an 
ascent of 700 feet, will go over Higliside, where a magnificent view of both 
Airedale and Ribblesdale can be obtained; thence by Scaleber Force to 
to the Ashfield Hotel at Settle, where, being joined by the other party, 
who have driven round by Otterburn and Long Preston, dinner will be 
served. After dinner they will drive up Ribblesdale to great Stainforth 
Force, returning by Giggleswick, where may be seen the ebbing and flow¬ 
ing well, and the Royal Victoria Cave Remains in the museum at the 
school. They will then return by Settle to Leeds, which will be reached 
about 9 P.M. 

8. The Hull Excursion, most generously offered by the members of the 
East York and North Lincoln Branch, has had most regretfully to be aban* 
doned. 


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The fee for each of the above excursions will be 10s. 6d.. except in the 
<jase of the Scarborough excursion, for which one guinea will be charged. 
All applications for tickets, with remittance, to be made to me. Tickets 
will be sent August 1st. 

Charles M. Chadwick, Honorary Secretary, 
Excursions Sub-committee. 



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Notice of Motion by Dr. Rentoul, Mr. Erxe.st Hart, Dr. Robert 
Barnes and Dr. Littlejohn. 

“ That this General Meeting of the British Medical Association views 
with great pleasure the action of the Charity Organization Society 
of London, in presenting a petition to the House of Lords praying 
for an enquiry into the management of the Metropolitan Medical 
Charities, and earnestly hopes that the scope of the enquiry will be 
extended so as to include the provincial hospitals and dispensaries, 
and thereby obtain as complete information as is possible upon this 
important subject. 

“ That a copy of this resolution be forwarded to the Lord President of 
the Privy Council, and that he be requested to appoint a special 
Committee to deal with this question, and to request the Charity 
Organization Society of England to form a similar Committee to act 
in conjunction with it. 

Report the following Resolution passed by the Public Health Section. 
Resolved—“That this Meeting of the Public Health Section of the British 
Medical Association recommends that all keepers of hotels 
hydropathic establishments, and boarding houses, in a town (or other 
convenient district), should form themselves into an association for the 
mutual sanitary protection of themselves and visitors. 

That this Association should have for its principal objects— 

(1) An agreement that insists upon the removal (as soon as 
practicable and when consistent with safety) of all members of an 
infected family. 

(2) An agreement to require the signature of every visitor, a 
declaration that none of his or her party has recently been suffer¬ 
ing from any infectious disease, or to his or her knowledge exposed 
to infection. 

(3) The establishment of a Register of Hotels certified to be in a 
perfect sanitary condition. 

The Section recommends that such certificates, which must be 
approved by the local Sanitary Authority, should be renewed 
annually, after inspection, and that they should be exposed in a 
prominent position in every Hotel, Hydro., &c. 

The Section also recommends such a combination of hotel keepers, 
&c., that in towns where no sufficient provision for such purposes 
exists, they should themselves provide, either jointly or separately, 
a detached building for the isolation of infectious or doubtful cases. 

Sub-Committee— 

Dr. Littlejohn, Med. Off. of Health, Edinburgh, Exam. Public 
Health, in the chair; Dr. Cameron, Huddersfield, Med. Off. of 
Health, B.Sc. ; Dr. Hutchinson, Scarborough and Monte Carlo ; 
Mr. J. S. Loe, Leeds, late V-C., Sanitary Committee; Mr. Hick, 
Med. Dept., Leeds Fever Hospital; Mr. Ashton, Bradford, late 
Med. Off. West of England Hydro.; Dr. Allfrey, Ph.D.,Camb., 
St. Mary Cray. 

Various motions. 

Any other business. 


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Stcttoital ^rrangtaunts* 


The following Discussions and Papers are promised up to the present time. 
Members are requested to attend to the regulations for Papers and 
Speeches during the meeting. (See page 36 .) 

Section A.—MEDICINE. 

(Head Mistress’s Room, Mechanics’ Institute.) 

A. Medicine. — President, John Edwin Eddison, M.D. Vice-Presidents 
Charles Parsons, M.D.; Robert Saundby, M.D. Honorary Secretaries, 
Alfred George Barrs, M.D., 22, Park Place, Leeds; Theodore Dyke Acland, 
M.D., 7, Brook Street, Grosvenor Square, W. 

The following papers are promised : 

Ruffer, Dr. (Paris). On Pasteur’s Method in Hydrophobia. 

Batem^vn, F., M.D. (Norwdch). On the Jurisprudence of Aphasia. 
Chcrton, T., M.D. On a recent Epidemic of Acute Pneumonia in Leeds. 
Little, T. Fletcher, M.B. The Modern Treatment of Palsies. 

Ecclks, a. Symons, M.B. The influence of Massage on the Rate of 
Absorption from the Intestines. 

Johnstone, T., M.D. 1. Case of Massage. 2. Ilkley as a Resort for the 
Asthmatic. 

McN aught. Dr. A case of Dilatation of the Stomach accompanied by 
Eructations of Inflammable Gas. 

Flood, A. W. On Ringworm and its Treatment. 

Finucane, T. D., M.D. (Blackrock). On Asiatic Cholera. 

Greene, G. E. J. (Ferns, co. Wexford). Notes on Rotheln. 


Section B.—SURGERY. 

(Lecture Theatre, No. 13, School of Science.) 

B. Surgery. — President, Thomas Richard Jessop, F.R.C.S. Vice- 
Presidents, Edward Atkinson, M.R.C.S.; Arthur F. McGill, F.R.C.S. ; 
Henry Morris, F.R.C.S. Honorary Secretaries, Arthur W. Mayo Robson, 
F.R.C.S., Hillary Place, Woodhouse Lane, Leeds; Edward Ward, M.B., 
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Mr. A. F. McGill will open a discussion on the Treatment of 

Retention of Urine from Prostatic Enlargement. Mr. Edward 

Atkinson (Leeds), Mr, A. E. Durham (London), Mr. Reginald Harrison 

(Liverpool), Mr. Berkeley Hill (London), Mr. Bruce Clarke (London), Dr. 

Ward Cousins (Southsea), Mr. Vincent Jackson (Wolverhampton), Mr. 

Jordan Lloyd (Birmingham), Mr. Bennett May (Birmingham), and Mr. W. 

Whitehead (Manchester) will take part in the discussion. 

The following further papers are announced : 

Fraser, Professor A. (Dublin). A Method by which the Human Body 
with all its details of structure has been made practically trans¬ 
parent for Operative Surgical Purposes. 

Allingham, H. W., F.R.C.S. The Ligamenta Alaria as a Cause of In¬ 
ternal Derangements of the Knee-Joint. 

Keetley, C. B., Esq. (London). Compression of the Abdominal Aorta by 
an Instrument passed through a Small Opening in the Anterior Wall 
of the Abdomen. 

Keller, Otto E., M.D. (London). Trephining in a Case of Actinomycosis 
of Brain. 

Adams, W., Esq. (London). On the Successful treatment of Cases of 
Congenital Displacement of the Hip-joint by Complete Recumbency 
with Extension for two years. 

Parsons, J. Inglis, M.D. (London). On the Arrest of Growth in Cancer, by 
a Powerful Interrupted Voltaic Current. 

Bishop, E. Stanmore (Manchester). Some Points in the Technique of 
Morton’s Operation for Spina Bifida. 

Spicer, Scanes, M.D. Note on a Case of Progressive Induration of Cervical 
Glands Simulating Malignant Disease, but readily yielding to the 
Treatment of Chronic Post-Nasal Catarrh. 

Hern, John, M.D. (Darlington). The Advisability of Aspiration of the 
Protruded Gut in Recently Strangulated Hernia, and Notes of Cases. 

Hume, G. H., M.D. (Newcastle). On combined External and Internal 
Urethrotomy in the Treatment of certain cases of Stricture. 

Jones, Robert, Esq. (Liverpool). 1. The Treatment of Joint Disease by 
Prolonged Fixation. 2. The Treatment of Certain Cases of Peri¬ 
rectal Abscess by Partial Removal of the Sacrum. 

Lloyd, Jordan, Esq. (Birmingham). Abdominal Section for Acute Intesti¬ 
nal Obstruction. 

Otis, F. N., M.D. (New York). A Resume of the Experience of Seventeen 
Years in the Operation of Dilating Urethrotomy. 

Pearse, T. Frederick, Esq. (London). The Treatment of Empyema. 

Cousins, Ward, M.D. will exhibit a new Surgical Saw. 

Bampton, a. H., M.D. Notes on a Case of Lodgment of False Teeth and 
Dental Plate in the Stomach. 

Pearse, T. Fredk., F.R.C.S. (London). The Treatment of Empyema. 


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Section C.—OBSTETRIC MEDICINE AND 
GYNECOLOGY. 

(Engineering Class Room, Mechanics’ Institute.) 

C. Obstetric Medicine and Gynaecology.— President, Charles J. 

Cullingworth, M.D. Vice-Presidents, James Braithwaite, M.D. ; J. VV. 

Byers, M.D. Honorary Secretaries, F. Hall, M.D., St. Mark’s House, 

Leeds ; Peter Horrocks, M.D., 9, St. Thomas’s Street, S.E. 

The following papers will be read, in the order given, on Friday, 

August 16th :— 

Playfair, W. S., M.D. An estimate of the value of Electricity in 
Gynaecology. 

Tait, Lawson, Esq. Statistics and results of the treatment of Uterine 
Myoma by removal of the Uterine appendages. 

Cotter, Ephraim, M. D. (New York). Eighteen years’ work in the United 
States in the treatment of Uterine Fibroids by Galvanism, with 
demonstration of methods of operating, and some statistics of treat¬ 
ment of Uterine Fibroids by Food, for the same length of time. 

Betl, R., M.D. On the relation of Endometritis to Ovarian Disease, and 
will also show some Instruments. 

Sinclair, W. J., M.D. (Manchester). Oophorectomy in the treatment of 
certain Neuroses, with cases. 

Duke, Alexander, F.K.Q.C.P,,!. 1. Additional Traction in Forceps 

Cases as an Alternative to Craniotomy. 2. New Plan of Plugging 
the Cervix Uteri in Metrorrhagia. 


Section D.-—PUBLIC MEDICINE. 

(Philosophical Hall.) 

D. Public Medicine. — President, Edward Ballard, M.D., F.R.C.P., 
F.R.S. Vice-Presidents, George Goldie, L.R.C.P.,Edin. ; Benjamin A. 
Whitelegge, M.D. Honorary Secretaries, George Eastes, M.B., F.R.C.S., 
35, Gloucester Place, Hyde Park, W. ; Arthur Stopford Underhill, M.D., 
D.P.H., Great Bridge, Tipton, Staffs. 

The following special subjects will be considered in this Section to-day, 
Friday, August 16th. 

1, Diseases and Injuries caused by Special Occupations: 
with reference to their Prevention. Dr. T. Churton (Leeds), 
Dr. J. T. Arlidge, Dr. G. E. J. Greene (Ferns), and others will take part in 
the discussion. 




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2. Contamination of Drinking-water by Lead: its Causes 
and Prevention Dr. Sinclair White (Sheffield) will read a paper on 
this subject. Dr. John Brown (Bacup), and Dr. T. Churton (Leeds) wilj 
take part in this discussion. 

The following paper is announced : 

Aulidge, J. T., M.D. (Newcastle-under-Lyme). On Diseases in Some 
Occupations Produced by Noxious or Poisonous Dusts. 


Section E.-PSYCHOLOGY. 

(Class Room 3, School of Science.) 

E. Psychology. — President, D. Hack Tuke, F.R.C.P., LL.D. Viee- 
Pres dents, W. Bevan Lewis, L.R.C.P. ; Ringrose Atkins, M.D. Honorary 
Secretaries, John Greig McDowall, M.D., Menston Asylum, near Leeds; 
Robert Percy Smith, M.D., Bethlem Royal Hospital, S.E. 

The following papers are promised : 

Beevor, Dr. C. On Sections of the Brain of the Marrnozet stained by 
Weigert’s and Pal’s methods. 

Dr. F. Warner, as Secretary of the Committee (appointed at the Glasgow 
meeting in 1888), will read their report, and introduce a discussion on the 
Draft Report of the Committee appointed to conduct an Investigation as to 
the Average Development and Condition of Brain Function 
among the Children in Primary Schools. Drs. Fleteher Beach, 
Savage, Ireland, Henry Ashby, and Shuttleworth will join in the dis¬ 
cussion on Dr. Warner’s report. 

Warner, F., M.D. On the Study of Conditions of Development and Brain 
Power in Children. 

Shuttleworth, G. E., M.D. (1) A Contribution to the Etiology of 
Idiocy. (2) Remarks on a Series of Idiot Brains. 

Beach, Fletcher, M.B. Some further facts respecting the Causation of 
Idiocy and Imbecility. 


Section F.—PATHOLOGY AND PHYSIOLOGY. 

(Physics Lecture Room, No. 11, School of Science.) 

F. Pathology and PnY^iohOGrY.—President, Joseph Coats, M.D. Vice- 
Presidents, Thomas Churton, M.D. ; De Burgh Birch, M.D. Honorary 
Secretaries, Ernest Henry Jacob, M.D., 12, Park Street, Leeds; T. 
Wardrop Griffith, M.D., 23, Park Square, Leeds. 




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A discussion on Histology of Bright’s Disease will be opened 
by Dr. Crooker. 

The following further papers are announced : 

Drummond, Dr. Pathology of Acute Lead Poisoning. 

WooDHEAD, Dr. Sims. Ulceration of Vermiform Appendix leading to 
Suppurative Peritonitis. 

Birch, Dr. De Burgh. On the nature of some Prevmor Phosphenes. 
Sinclair, Mr. A. W. The occurrence of Distoma Crassum in the Human 
Subject. 

The Pathological Museum will be held in the Chemical Laboratory of 
the Leeds School of Science (Mechanics’ Institute). 


Skction G.—ophthalmology. 

(Class Room 5, School of Science.) 

G, Ophthalmology. — Preddent, George Anderson Critchett, F.R.C.S. 

Edin. Vice-Presidentsy John Albert Nunneley, M.B. ; George A. Berry, 

M.B. Honorary Secretaries, Gustavus Hartridge, F.R.C.S., 65, Green 

Street, Grosvenor Square, W.; R. N. Hartley, M.B., 29, Blenheim 

Terrace, Leeds. 

The following further papers are announced : 

Cant, W. J. , M.R.C.S. A Case of Paralysis of the Right External Rectus 
Muscle after Injury to the Left Temple {contre coup ?). 

Cross, F. Richardson, M.R.C.S. Muscular Advancement. 

Ford, Vernon, M.R.C.S. The Value of Peritomy in Ulcers of the Cornea, etc, 

Grossman, K. I. Blenorrhoea Neonatorum. 

Hartridge, G., F.R.C.S., Case of Pulsating Exophthalmos cured sponta¬ 
neously by suppuration of Contents of Orbit. 

Hewetson, H. B., M.R.C.S. Series of cases of Interstitial Keratitis 
treated by Syndectomy. 

Johnson, G. L., F.R.C.S. Observations on the Therapeutical Action of the 
Violet and Ultra-violet Rays of Light on Vision. 

Money, Angel, M.D. Sudden Transient Ocular Phenomena in Children. 

Thompson, J. T., M.B. (1) A Note on a case of Superficial Keratitis in¬ 
duced by Aniline Violet. (2) Necrosis of Cornea from Contact with 
Crude Creasote. 


Section H.—DISEASES OF CHILDREN. 

(Class Room 1, School of Science.) 

H. Diseases of Children.— President, Thomas Scattergood, M.R.C.S. 
Vice-Presidents, Richard Favell, M.R.C.S. ; A. H. Carter, M.D. Honorary 
iSecre^arie?, Walter Henry Brown, F.RC.S.L, 19, Queen Street, Leeds; 
Angel Money, M.D., F.R.C.P., 24, Harley Street, Cavendish Square, W. 





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A discussion on the following subject will take place: The paralyses 
of the first two years of life. What is the relative frequency 
of paralysis from brain, cord, and nerve disease ? What is the 
nature of the changes in the centres and nerves ? This will 
probably be opened by the Honorary Medical Secretary. Papers will be 
read on the various forms of infantile paralysis : spastic paraplegia, con¬ 
genital chorea, infantile palsy, and diphtheritic paralysis. 

Surgical Portion .—Subject for discussion : The Surgical Treatment 
of the Various Congenital Malformations. Mr. Walsham and Mr. 
Morgan will take part in the discussion. 

The following further papers are announced : 

Ballantyne, J. W., M.B., F.R.C.S.Ed, Sclerema and CEdema of New¬ 
born Infants. 

Churchill, F., M.D. Hare-lip Operations. 

Churton, T., M.D., Meningitis following slight Injuries to the Head. 
Morgan, J. H., F.R.C.S. Congenital Malformations. 

Warner, F. ,M.D. The Frequency of Coincidental Defects in Develop¬ 
ment as seen in Children. 


Section L-LARYNGOLOGY. 

(Class Room 2, School of Science.) 

I. Laryngology.— Prm'c?e«^, Henry T. Butlin, F.R.C.S. Vice-Presidents^ 

Francis de Havilland Hall, M.D. ; Richard A. Hayes, M.D. Honorary 

Secretaries^ Greville Macdonald, M.D., 47, Queen Anne Street, Cavendish 

Square, W. ; Barclay J. Baron, M.D., 16, Whiteladies Road, Bristol. 

The following further papers are announced : 

Stokes, Sir Wm. On Thyrotomy for the removal of Laryngeal Cancer. 

Macdonald, Greville, M. D. Empyema of the Maxillary Sinus, with an 
analysis of fifteen cases. 

Mackenzie, G. Hunter, M.D. Cases of Infraglottic Laryngeal Disease ; 
(1) a Web removed by Laryngotomy ; (2) a Growth a Sequel of Acute 
Laryngitis ; (3) Intubation of the Larynx. 

Moritz, S., M.D. A Case of Acute Rheumatic Bilateral Paralysis of the 
Abductors of the Vocal Cords, 

Murphy, James, M.D. A Retractor for use in Tracheotomy. 

Newman, David, M.D. A case of Laryngeal Carcinoma complicated by 
Chronic Pulmonary Tuberculosis, with remarks respecting the rare 
coincidence of these diseases. 

Robertson, W. , M D. Two Cases of Rhinoscleroma, with Exhibition of 
Patients. 

Spicer, R. H. Scanes, M.D. Throat and Nose Affections in Children as 
Causes of Functional Nervous Disorders. 

Stewart, G. Eland, M.R.C.S. Tonsillitis as a Cause of Abscess in the 
Neck. 

Stoker, George, M.K.Q.C.P.I. Laryngitis and Rhinitis in Diabetes. 



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ZwAARDEMAKER, H., M.D. (Utreclit). Nsw Olfactometers for Estimating 
Degree of Loss of Smell (shown and described for the author by Dr. 
Scanes Spicer). 


Section J.—OTOLOGY. 

(Elementary Division, Mechanics’ Institute.) 

J. Otology. — PresideM, George P. Field, M.R.C.S. Vice-Presidents, 
Frederick Morrish Pierce, M.D. ; Henry Bendelack Hewetson, M.R.C.S. 
Honorary Secretaries, Adolf Bronner, M.D., 33, Manor Row, Bradford ; 
G. William Hill, M.B., 24, Wimpole St., W. 

The following subject is proposed for formal discussion : 

The Influence of Diseases of the Nose and Pharynx on 
Affections of the Middle Ear. 

The discussion will be opened by Dr. F. M. Pierce and Mr. H. B. 
Hewetson. 

The following otologists have also intimated their intention of joining in 
the discussion : Clarence J. Blake, M.D. (Boston, U.S.A.), Professor 
Urban Pritchard, M.D. (London), H. Macnaughton Jones, M.D. (London), 
J. Dundas Grant, M.D. (London), W. R. H. Stewart, F.R.C.S.Ed. 
(London), Donald Stewart, M.D. (Nottingham), Dr. Charles Warden 
(Birmingham), Mi’. Lennox Browne, G. J. Mackesy, M.B., W. L. Mackesy, 
M.B., J. Erskine, M.B. (Glasgow), and Mr. Richard Williams. 

The following further papers are announced : 

Bronner, Adolf,’M.D. (Bradford). Notes on the Use of Menthol in the 
Local Treatment of Diseases of the Middle Ear ; and will show (1) a 
Catheter for the Injection of Fluids, and (2) a Capsule for the Intro¬ 
duction of Vapours into the Middle Ear. 

Davis, Henry, M.R.C.S. (London). On the question of Anesthetics in 
Operations for Adenoid Growths of the Naso-Pharynx. 

Stone, George, L.R.C.P. & S.,Ed. (Liverpool). A Case of Severe Unilateral 
Tinnitus due to Stricture of the Eustachian Tube cured by Persistent 
Bougieing. 


Section K.—PHARMACOLOGY AND 
THERAPEUTICS. 

(Class Room 10, School of Science.) 

K. Pharmacology and Therapeutics. — President, Sir William Roberts, 
M.D., F.R.S. Vice-Presidents, T. Cranstoun Charles, M.D. ; I. Burney 
Yeo, M.D. Honorary Secretaries, John B. Hellier, M.D., 1, De Grey 
Terrace, Leeds ; Dawson Williams, M.D., 25, Old Burlington Street, W. 

Dr. Trevelyan will give a Demonstration of the Method of applying 
SUSPENSION in the Treatment of LOCOMOTOR ATAXY, at 10-30 
a.m., in the Operating Theatre of the General Infirmary. 





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Btitislj JiteiJical SlssDciatiau. 


REGULATIONS FOR THE CONDUCT OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETINGS OF 
THE BRITISH MEDICAL ASSOCIATION. 

General Control of Meeting*. 

1. The programme of the Annual General Meeting shall be under the 
•control of the Council. The following Regulations shall guide the Com¬ 
mittee of Arrangement and any local Committee that may be formed :— 

Necessity of Limiting* the Expenditure. 

2. The gradual and constant increase of the Members of the British 
Medical Association renders it expedient to express the strong opinion of 
the Council that the medical men of the locality at w’hich the Association 
holds its Meeting should not deem it necessary to incur a large expenditure, 
as otherwise the choice of a place of meeting must be more and more 
limited to the larger towns of the kingdom. 

Annual Dinner. 

3. The Annual Dinner shall be under the control of the Council. 

Papers to he read at Meeting*. 

4. All Papers intended to be read at the Annual Meeting shall be for¬ 
warded, together with an Abstract, to the Secretaries of Sections ten days 
before the Annual Meeting takes place, excepting the Addresses of the 
Presidents of Sections or the Addresses to be delivered in General Meeting. 

Directions for Sections. 

5. The Presidents, Vice-Presidents, and Secretaries of Sections shall 
form a Committee of Reference, with power to accept, decline, or postpone 
any Paper, and to arrange the order in which the Papers shall be read. ■ 

Grouping of Papers for Discussion. 

6. The Papers in each Section shall, as far as possible, be grouped 
together, so as to ensure a general discussion on kindred subjects. 

Length of Time to be occupied by Papers or Speeches. 

7. Ko communication shall occupy more than fifteen minutes, and no 
person shall be permitted to speak more than once or for more than ten 
minutes during the discussion thereon. 

Resolutions at Annual Meetings. 

8. No Motion shall be brought forward at the Annual Meeting unless it 
has been proposed by the Council or a Committee of the Association, or 
notice of the same shall have been given on the previous day, in writing, to 
the General Secretary, to be entered on the Agenda of the day and printed 
in the Daily Journal. This does not apply to Amendments moved in due 
form. 

Meeting of Council. 

9. The Council of the Association shall meet on the first day of the 
Annual Meeting, and the First General Meeting of the Association shall be 
held in the evening. 

Reports of Committee. 

10. All Reports of Committees of the Association shall be printed in the 
Journal before the Annual Meeting. 


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^i0t oi JHemibers 

WHO HAVE REGISTERED THEIR NAMES. 


Abraliam, P. S., M.D., 11, Nottingham Place, London, W. j Reception 
Room. 

Acland, T. D., M.D., 7, Brook Street, W. ; T. P. Teale’s, Cookridge St. 
Adams, W., 5, Henrietta Street, Cavendish Square; Great Northern Hotel. 
Aldridge, C., M.H., Plympton House, Plympton, South Devon; Great 
Northern Hotel. 

Allbutt, H. A., 24, Park Square, Leeds. 

Allfrey, C. H., M.D., St. Mary Cray ; 1, Moorland Terrace. 

Allan, J., M.D., Beckett Street, Leeds. 

Althorp, C. F. M., Bradford Infirmary. 

Allingham, H. W., 25, Grosvenor Street, London, W.; West Riding Hotel, 
Alderton, H. C., Barnoldswick. 

Amyot, T. E., Diss, Norfolk ; Red Lion Hotel. 

Anderson, J., M.D., 105, Gloucester Place, Portman Square, London; 
Studley Royal, Ripon. 

Anderson, T., M.H., Stonegate, York ; Mr. Mayo Robson, Hillary Place. 
Anderson, Mrs. Garrett, M.D., 4, Upper Berkeley Street, London; 

Quarrydene, Weetwood, Leeds. 

Anningson, J. W., 11, Yorkshire Street, Burnley ; Park House, Aberford. 
Anningson, B., M. D., Cambridge. 

Anderson, A., M.H., Mirfield. 

Appleton, R. C., The Bar House,Beverley; Cliffe Lodge, Hyde Park, Leeds. 
Aplin, Alfred, M.D., County Asylum, Sneinton, Nottingham; Queen’s 
Hotel. 

Appleby, F. H., Barnbygate House, Newark. 

Arlidge, T. T., M.H., The High Grove, Stoke-upon-Trent; Bridge House, 
Haworth, Keighley. 

Arthur, J., Wingate, Ferryhill, co. Durham ; Griffin Hotel. 

Ashby, H., M.D., The Lindens, Victoria Park, Manchester; John Red- 
mayne. Esq., Grove House, Headingley. 

Aston, J. P., 160, Manningham Lane, Bradford, Yorks. 

Atkinson, F. E,, Settle ; 16, Blenheim Terrace. 

Atkinson, G. P., Pontefract ; 2, Eldon Place. 

Atkins, R., M.D., District Lunatic Asylum, Waterford; Adel Grange, 
Leeds. 

Atkinson, R., Clifife Cottage, Rippondon, Halifax. 

Atkinson, Edward, 16, Blenheim Terrace, Leeds. 





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Barr, J., M.D., Liverpool ; West Biding Hotel. 

Barr, T., M.D., 7, Albany Place, Glasgow ; 18, Mount Preston. 

Barber, F. S., Bradford. 

Ball, A., York. 

Bates, W. K., Addingham. 

Bailey, T. R., M.D.,Edin., Bilston, Staffs. ; 31, Whetley Hill, Bradford. 
Ballard, E., M.D, 12, Highbury Terrace, N. ; Fredk. Baines. Esq., West¬ 
wood Lodge, Leeds. 

Barlow, J., M.D., 27, Elmbank Crescent, Glasgow; 31, Lyddon Terrace, 
Leeds. 

Bacon, Alfred Thomas, West Field, Leeds. 

Bampton, H., M.D., Brookfield, Ilkley. 

Barnes, H., M.D., Carlisle. 

Balding, D. B., Royston, Cambs. ; 29, Sholebroke Avenue. 

Bartram, J. S., Bath ; Mr. Ryder, Glenhow Hill. 

Barnes, R., M.D., 15, Harley Street, London ; Dr. Braithwaite’s. 

Barron, G. B., M.D., Southport; Great Northern Hotel. 

Baron, B. J., M.B., 16, Whiteladies Road, Clifton, Bristol; Mr. J.. 

Whiting, 2, Regent Villas, Headingley. 

Balknill, William E., 14, Old Cavendish Street, Cavendish Square, Lond. 

Elm Bank, Cleckheaton. 

Barley, Henry, JSI.D., Green Cottage, Holbeck. 

Barley, David Henry, M.D., Grove House, Beckett Street. 

Barrs, Alfred G., M.D., 22, Park Place, Leeds. 

Bateman, F., M.B., Lond.,Whitchurch, Oxon., near Reading;Mr. Isitt, St. 

Mark’s Cottage, Woodhouse Lane. 

Baker, J. W., Derby ; Queen’s Hotel. 

Bateman, F., M.D., Norwich ; Marshall Stables, Esq., Hope Villa, Arraley.- 
Banks, W. M., 28, Rodney Street, Liverpool; Mr. T. P. Teale’s. 

Bagshawe, F., M.D., St. Leouard’s-on-Sea ; Buxton. 

Bell, R., M. D., 29, Lymdock Street, Glasgow ; The Elms, Chapel-Allerton. 
Bell, J. H., M.D., 1, Hallfield Road, Bradford, 

Beach, F., M.B., Darenth Asylum, Hartford, Kent; Granby Hotel, 
Harrogate. 

Bendelenbury, F., M.D., Bonn; Mr. Wilson, Osborne Terrace. 

Beck, F. E., Surgeon, Belfast; Albion Hotel. 

Bernard, W., 14, Queen Street, Londonderry ; Mrs. Hepworth, 37, Mount 
Preston. 

Beattie, G. W., M.D., Peel House, Fadsworth. 

Benson, A. H., 42, Fitzwilliam Square, Dublin ; Great Northern Hotel. 
Beevor, C. E., 33, Harley Street ; West Riding Asylum. 

Biden, Charles Walter, M.R.C.S.,E., 15, Virginia Road, Leeds. 

Birch, de Burgh, Professor Physiology, Yorkshire College, 16, De Grey 
Terrace, Leeds. 

Birt, C., Surgeon, Army Medical Staff, Barracks, York. 

Bishop, E. S., Ardwick, Manchester ; Phoenix, Leeds. 

Bickerton, T. H., 88, Rodney Street, Liverpool; 11, Hanover Square, Leeds, 



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Birt, A., M.B., Durham County Asylum, Sedgefield, Durham ; 9, Claren¬ 
don Place, Leeds. 

Blair, K.,M.D., Anglesey House, Goole; T.E. Pritt, Lyntonville, Headingley. 
Blore, I., M.D., Cheetharn Hill; Borough Hospital, Leeds. 

Bland, A. W. Hamilton, M.D., 33, Eosary Gardens, London, S.W. ; 
Queen’s Hotel. 

Blandford, J. W., North Stockton-on-Tees ; Bull and Mouth Hotel. 

Black, Surgeon-Major W. G., 2, George Square, Edinburgh ; Bradford, 
Victoria Hotel. 

Blackman, J. G., M.D., Poplar House, Kingston Crescent, Portsmouth; 
49, Springfield Place, Leeds. 

Blake, C. J., M.D., Professor of Otology, Haward, Boston, U.S.A. 

Booth, P. L., 14, Hartington Street, Barrow ; Bull and Mouth Hotel. 
Bowman, R. M., Ripon. 

Bodken, W., M.D., Chelmsford; Trevelyan Hotel. 

Bond, E. F,, M.D., Rastrick. 

Boddy, H. W., M.D., Cheetharn Hill, Manchester. 

Bower, E. D., 1, Norfolk Terrace, Gloucester ; 12, Park Street. 

Bower, D., M.D., Springfield Asylum, Bedford ; Queen’s Hotel, Leeds. 
Broadbent, W. H., M.D., 34, Symoii Street, Portmen Square, London ; Dr. 
Edison’s, Leeds. 

Brookhouse, J. 0., M.D., Nottingham ; Queen’s Hotel, Leeds. 

Broughton, H. T., Heckmondwike. 

Brown, G., 29, Threadneedle Street, London, E.C.; Bur wood House, Bacup. 
Browne, Sir J. C., M.D., Lord Chancellor’s Visitor, 7, Cumberland 
Terrace, Regents Park, London ; Gledhow Hall, near Leeds. 
Braithwaite, James, M.D., 16, Clarendon Road, Leeds. 

Brown, Charles Gage, Companion of St. Michael and St. George, M.D., 
88, Sloane Street, London, S.W. ; 30, Brunswick Terrace, Harrogate. 
Broadbent, S. W., Dalton-le-dale, Sunderland ; Dr. Hunter, Pudsey. 
Briscoe, J. E., General Infirmary, Leeds. 

Brown, Walter Henry, 19, Queen Street, Leeds, 

Bryson, M., 4, Tower Street, York. 

Brisbowe, J. S., M.D., 13, Old Burlington Street, London; Mr. Pridgin 
Teale's. 

Brondbent, G. H., 8, Ardwick Green, Manchester. 

Bridgwater, T., M.B., Harrow; Mr. Wheelhouse. 

Brierley, J. B., M. D., Alma House, Old Traflford, Manchester. 

Bronner, A., M.D., 33, Manor Row, Bradford. 

Brown, J. W. H., Ripley House, Holbeck. 

Britton, T., M.D., Harrogate. 

Brett, A. T., M.D., Watpid House, Watpid, Herts. ; 99, Queen’s Hotel. 
Brown, G., Brunswick Street, Batley. 

Bryan, E., Idle. 

Briggs, G. J., Spring Bank, Hull. 

Brown, J., M.B., Bacup. 

Browne, J. W., M. D., 10, College Square, North Belfast; Queen’s Hotel, 
Leeds. 



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Browne, L., 36, Weymouth Street, London ; Queen’s Hotel. 

Brereton, J. B., Gildersome. 

Brown, J. H., M.D., 14, Burngreave Road, Sheffield; Trevelyan Hotel. 
Broom, J., M.D., 6, Leicester Villas, St. Paul’s Road, Clifton, Bristol ; 

Trevelyan Hotel, Leeds. 

Brown, H., M.D., Calverley. 

Butlin, H. T., 82, Harley Street, London ; Imperial Hotel. 

Buck, 0. W., Surgeon, Settle ; Wellgarth House, Armley. 

Buck, Joseph, Union Infirmary, Beckett Street, Leeds. 

Burrows, E., M.D., Marnhull, Anerley Hill, Upper Norwood, London, S.E.; 
Great Northern Hotel. 

Burke, W. H., M.B., c/o Grindlay & Co., 55, Parliament Street, 

London; Albion Hotel, Leeds. 

Buchanan, H. D., M.B., Kirkgate, Thirsk ; 24, Mount Preston. 

Buncle, A., M.B.,Ed., Purstone, Pontefract; Conservative Club. 

Byers, J. W., M.D., Lower Crescent, Belfast; Dr. J. Braithwaite, Little 
Woodhouse, Leeds. 


Carter, D’Arcy B., Shipley. 

Carter, Eustace, Chapel-Allerton, Leeds. 

Carter, T., Richmond, Yorks. ; IMoorham, Headingley. 

Cartwright, J. P., Oswestry ; 2, Dunorlan Terrace, Harrogate. 

Carter, F. R., Savile House, Potternewton, Leeds. 

Carter, W. R , M.B., Rastrick. Yorks. 

Carter, J. B., Elm House, Chapel-Allerton. 

Cameron, M., M.D., 7, Newton Terrace, Glasgow; West Riding Hotel; 
Leeds. 

Cameron, J. S., M.D., 51, New North Road, Huddersfield. 

Cant, N. J. Lincoln ; Griffin Hotel. 

Caverhill, T. F. S., 8a, Abercromby Place ; 11, Newton Road, Leeds. 
Callcott, J. T.. M.D., Borough Asylum, Newcastle-on-Tyne ; Menston. 
Carter, G., Ilkley. 

Carline, W. A., M.D., Lincoln. 

Carson, T. J., 117, Union Street, Oldham. 

Campbell, C. G., UppermiU, Saddleworth. 

Carr, J. A., Kippax, 

Chambers, H. W., Cottingham, East Yorkshire. 

Chestnutt, J., Howden. 

Chapman, S. A., M. D., Bnrghill, Hereford; Imperial Hotel. 

Chalfers, E., Keighley. 

Charles, T. C., M.D., Albert Mansions, 106, Victoria Street, London, S. W. ; 
Mr. Blacklock’s, Headingley. 

Child, Herbert, 8, Monk’s Road, Lincoln; Warrell’s Grove, Bramley. 
Churton, Thomas, M.D., 35, Park Square, Leeds. 

Chadwick, Charles M , 3, Park Square, Leeds. 

Churchill, F., M.B , 4, Cranley Gardens, London ; 4, Coventry Place. 
Clayton, Arthur J., 115, Roundhay Road. 



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Clarke, W. B., M.B., 46, Harley Street, London, W. ; Queen’s Hotel 
Clark, R., Lancaster; 22, Park Place. 

Clark, D. M., Anston, Rotherham. 

Clark, W. F., Cheshunt, Herts ; The Firs, Cowick, Selby. 

Clark, M. R., Harthill, Sheffield. 

Clark, J. C., Bank House, Morley. 

Clarke, J. C., Farnworth, Bolton. 

Coats, J., M.D., Glasgow ; Mrs. Francis Lupton, Beechwood, Roundhay. 
Collins, W. J., M.D., 1, Albert Terrace, Regent Park ; Mount Pleasant^ 
Leeds. 

Collier, T. Ripon. 

Cocking, W. T., M.I). Lond., 277, Glossop Road. 

Conechy, J. M., M.B., West End House, Bramley, Leeds. 

Court, W., 17, Folds Road, Bolton; Victoria Hotel. 

Cosgrave, A., Bradshaw, Bolton-le-Moors ; Victoria Hotel. 

Cousins, J. Ward, M.I)., Portsmouth ; Great Northern Station Hotel. 
Cornish, W. R., Surgeon-General, 8, Cresswell Gardens, London, S.W. 
Colman, W. S., M.B., 15, Bentinck Street, W. 

Cox, F. A., M.B., 50, South Street, Park Lane, London, W. ; Golden Lion 
Hotel. 

Corbin, M. A. B., Guernsey ; Queen’s Hotel. 

Coldstream, A. R., M.D., 24, Lurig Arno Nuovo, Florence ; The Vicarage, 
Leeds. 

Collier, S. R., M.D., Clarence Villa, Hartfield Road, Wimbledon. 

Coleman, H, W., The Lodge, Armley, Leeds. 

Craig, J. W., M. D., 17, Park Road, Bingley. 

Cranford, A. W., M.B., Paisley ; West Riding. 

Crean, R., M.D., Montague House, Higher Broughton. 

Crespi, A. J. H., VVimborne, 10, Park Place, Leeds. 

Crew, J., Higham Ferrers. 

Critchett, G. A., 21, Harley Street, London ; Great Northern Hotel, Leeds. 
Crocker, James, Bingley. 

Crofc, Edward Octavius, 8, Clarendon Road, Leeds. 

Crowe, G. W., M.D., Worcester ; Herbert Rowe, Esq., Hillary Place. 
Crooke, G. F., M.D., General Birmingham, Birmingham ; 12, Park Street, 
with Dr. Jacob. 

Crocker, H. R., M.D., 121, Harley Street, London. 

Cripps, H., 2, Stratford Place, London, W.; Queen’s Hotel. 

Culling worth, C. J., M.D., London ; Prof. Wright, Lynton Villa, Virginia 
Road. 

Cuming. J., M.I)., Belfast; Hr. Chadwick, 3, Park Square. 

Cutter, E., M.!)., 1730, Broadway, New York. 


Davidson, W., Holme, York. 

Dalby, Sir W., 18, Savile Row, London ; Shaw House, Headingley. 
Dantre, S. H., M.D., Beoach, near Bombay; 49, Springfield Place. 
Davison, J., M.D., Bournemouth ; 20, Hyde Terrace, Leeds. 
Davidson, A., M.D., Liverpool. 


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Dancy, H. M., M.D., Surgeon, Southwell, Notts.: Queen’s Hotel. 

Davns, Arthur, M.B., Greenhead House, New Galloway, Scotland; 33, 
Bagby Road. 

Davy, J., M.D., Gibbet Street, Halifax. 

Day, W. W., M.D., Church Street, Lower Edminton ; Gt. Northern Hotel. 
Davis, Frederick Lionel, Holme Lea, Lyme Regis, Dorset. ; Leathley 
Lodge, Hunslet Road, Leeds. 

Dawson, C., Rawdon, near Leeds. 

Derry, G. A., 31, Drumsheugh Gardens, Edinburgh; The Elms, Chapel- 
Allerton. 

Denton, S., M.D., New York ; Dr. Edison. 

Dewar, J., 132, Sloane Street, London. 

DeRenzy, Annesby Charles C., Airedale Terrace, Kirkstall. 

Denby, W., M.B., Jenny Lane, Baildon, near Bradford. 

Deville, T., M.D., Harrogate. 

Dempsey, A., M.D., Clifton Street, Belfast, Ireland; Crown Hotel, 
Harrogate. 

De Livera, E., M. B.,Cam., Ceylon ; 24, Hanover Street. 

De’Ath, G. H., Buckmgham; Queen’s Hotel, Leeds. 

Dick, F., M.D., Surgeon-Major (retired), Lancaster. 

Dickey, A., M.D., 11, Albert Road, Colne, Lancashire. 

Dickey, A., M.D., Colne Lane, ; 66, Camp Road. 

Dickinson, J. B., M.D., Stalybridge. 

Douglas, C., 12, New Walk, Leicester; Rhydding Grange, Ilkley. 

Dobis, W., M.D., Townfield House, Keighley. 

Down, J. Langdon-, M.D., 81, Harley Street, London, W.; Queen’s 
Hotel (No. 8), Leeds. 

Dobson, Joseph, M.B., Burley Lawn, Leeds. 

Doyne, R. W., Oxford; Elm Bank, North Park Road, Manningham. 

Dowse, T. S., M.D., 14, Welbeck Street; Ben Rhydding Hydro. 

Dolan, T. M., M.D., Horton House, Halifax. 

Douglas, W., M.D., Dalkeith House, Leamington Spa; Queen’s Hotel. 
Doran, A., 9, Granville Place, Portman Square, London ; Bramhope Manor. 
Douglas, W. T., Banbury, Oxon, ; Northern Hotel. 

Drummond, D., M.D., Saville Place, iNewcastle-on-Tyne; Great Northern, 
Railway Hotel. 

Drake, F. H., Headingley. 

Drury, A., M.B., Landon House, Halifax. 

Drysdale, C. R., M.D., 23, Sackville Street, Piccadilly, London; Mr. 0. 

Soatcherd, Morley, near Leeds. 

Draper, J. W., Almondbuiy, Huddersfield. 

Dreschfeld, J., M.D., Professor of Pathology, Victoria University, 325, 
Oxford Road, Manchester. 

Draper, W., De Grey House, York; The Leeds Club, Albion Place, and 
F. W. Lawson, Adel, Leeds. 

Dunn, H. P., 11, Nottingham Place, London, W.; Queen’s Hotel. 

Duke, A., 17, Upper Mount Street, Dublin ; Albion Hotel. 

Dukes, Clement, M.D.,Lond., Sunnyside, Rugby; Roundhay Mount. 
Duacan, Mac A., Lofthouse Gate. 



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Easby, W., M.D., Cowgate, Peterborough; Great Northern Hotel, Leeds. 

Pastes, T., M.D., 3, Shakespeare Terrace, Folkestone; Belgaum, 

Woodhouse Lane, Leeds. 

Earley, C. E., Ridgway Place; Golden Lion Hotel. 

Eames, T. B., Barnfield House, Stoneclough, near Manchester ; 29, Mount 
Preston. 

Eastwood, J. W., M.D.,Edin., Dinsdale Park, Darlington ; Golden Lion 
Hotel. 

Pastes, G., M.B., 35, Gloucester Place, Hyde Park, London, W. ; J. Lup- 
ton. Esq., Moorlands, Headingley. 

Eccles, A. S., M.B., 34, Leinster Square, Hyde Park, W.; Great 
Northern Hotel. 

Eddison, Jno. Edwin, M.D., Park Square, Leeds. 

Edge, A., M.D., 252, Oxford Street, Manchester. 

Edwards, E. H., M.B., 19, Pelham Place, South Kensington, London, 
S.W.; Beechwood, Rochdale. 

Ellis, R., 100, Ryehill, Newcastle-on-Tyne; Albion Hotel, Leeds. 

Ellerton, J. E., Aberford, Leeds. 

Evans, T. M., 17, Albion Street, Hull. 

Embletou, D., M.D., 19, Claremont Place, Newcastle-on-Tyne; Mrs. 
Greenhow’s, Newton Hall, Leeds. 

Erskine, J., M.B., 6, Newton Street, Charing Cross, Glasgow; Mechanics’ 
Institute. 

Evelyn, A. D., M.B., Armoy Rectory, co. Antrim, Ireland; Stanningley. 

Exley, John, Grove House, New Wortley, Leeds. 


Ferguson, A. H., M.B., Winnipeg, Canada ; Queen’s Hotel. 

Fennings, A., M.D., 76, Ladbroke Grove; 31, Springfield Place. 

Felce, vS., Kenmure Lodge, Elgin Avenue, London; 37, Mount Preston. 
Fegan, R., M.D,, Blackheath, London, S.E. ; Queen’s Hotel, Leeds. 

Field, G. P., 34, Wimpole Street, [London, W. ; with T. R. Jessop, Esq., 
Roundhay Mount. 

Finucane, Thorney Dawson, M.D., Black Rock, Co. Dublin; 41, Mount 
Preston. 

Fisher, E. D., M.D., New York City ; Queen’s Hotel. 

Fleck, E., M.D., Cologne, Germany, Urzulastr, 18; Northern Hotel. 
Fletcher, F. A. C., Crosshills, Keighley. 

Fox, R, H., M.D., 23, Finsbury Square, E.C. ; c/o J, Whiting, Esq.,Regent 
Villas, Headingley. 

Forsyth, R., M.D., New Hall, Birstall. 

Foster, John, M.D., 113, Horton Lane, Bradford. 

Foreman, T. D., Denton; Northern Hotel (Hallam’s). 

Foss, R. W., M.D., Stockton-on-Tees; Imperial Hotel. 

Foster, J., M.D., Bradford. 

Frank, Philip, M.D., Cannes (France), 3, Elverton Place, London, 
S.W.; Middelton Hotel, likley. 

Frobisher, Wm. Martin, 189, Woodhouse Lane. 

Franks, K., M.D., 6, Fitzwilliam Square, Dublin; Queen’s Hotel, Leeds. 


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Fryer, J., Batley Carr, Dewsbury. 

Freer, E. L., Jiirmiiigham; Queen’s Hotel. 

Freeman, A. J., M.D., San Remo, Italy; Queen’s Hotel. 

Frost, W. A., 17, Queen Anne Street, London, W. ; Queen’s Hotel. 

Fraser, A., M.B., Royal College of Surgeons, and 24, Leeson Park, Dublin ; 
Headingley Hill. 

Fyfe, G., M.D.. Red Hall, Gainsborough, Lincolnshire; Bull and 
Mouth Hotel. 

Galton, J. H,, M.D.,Lond., Chunam, Sylvan Road, Norwood ; Great 
Northern Station Hotel. 

Garrod, A. E., M.D., 9, Chandos Street, London, W. ; Great Northern 
Hotel. 

Garvie, J., M.B., Surgeon, Ind. Med. Services, King’s Place, Perth, N.B. 
Gaussen, D. P., M.D., Dunmurry, co. Antrim ; Queen’s Hotel. 

Gay, W., M.D., 23, Blenheim Terrace, Leeds. 

Gairdner, W. T., M.D., Professor of Medicine, University of Glasgow^ 
225, St. Vincent Street, and 9, The College, Glasgow; Mr. Wheelhouse, 
Hillary Place. 

Garner, J. E., M.D., 18, Wiuckley Square, Preston, Lancs. ; 1, Moor View,. 

Hyde Park, Leeds. 

Garstang, W., M.D., Blackburn. 

Geddie, W., M.D., 51, Whalley Road, Accrington. 

Gibson, J., M.B., West Vale, nr. Halifax. 

Gillies, J., 5, Crescent, Selby. 

Gillespie, G. B., M.D., Covington Terrace. 

Glascott, C. E., M.D., 23, St. John Street, Manchester; Great Northern 
Hotel. 

Gooding, J. C., M.D.,Edin., Hanbury, Cheltenham ; Imperial Hotel. 
Gordon, J, M.D., 7, Union Place, Aberdeen; Victoria Hotel. 

Gowans, W., M.B., Victoria Terrace, South Shields; Great Northern 
Hotel. 

Goff, Bruce, M.D., Bothwell, Lanarkshire; Queen’s Hotel. 

Gott, Henry, 23, Cromer Terrace. 

Goyder, David, M.D., Bradford. 

Gorvan, R., Maybole, N.B. ; Trevelyan Hotel, Boar Lane. 

Goodwin, A. G., Kensington. Liverpool. 

Go wing, B C., Penistone. 

Griffith, T. Wardrop, 23, Park Square, Leeds. 

Greenwood, John William, Ossett. 

Greenwood, G. Spencer, Gowood House, Ossett. 

Grant, C., M.B.,Edin., Queen Mary’s House, Inverness, Great Northern 
Hotel. 

Grime, J., M.D., Blackman Lane ; Queen’s Hotel. 

Gray, E., M.B., St. Hubert’s, Bickenham, Kent; 11, Blenheim Terrace, 
Leeds. 

Gramshaw, F. S., M.D., The Villa, Stillington, Easingwold, Yorks. 
Queen’s Hotel, Leeds. 



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Gragwick, J., M.D., Boroughbridge. 

Grant, J. E. R., 2, Charing Cross Chambers, Duke Street, London, W.C. 
Greves, E. H., Rodney House, Bournemouth, Hants ; Golden Lion Hotel. 
Grossman, K., M.D., 70, Rodney Street, Liverpool ; Great Northern Rail¬ 
way Hotel. 

Groom, W., 12, North Brink, Wisbech, Cambs. ; Imperial Hotel. 

Griffith, A. H., 17, St. John Street, Manchester; 23, Park Square, Leeds. 
Creenwood, Major, jun., M.D., 18, Queen’s Road, Dalston, London, N.E. 
Grimoldby, G H , 72, Heneage Road, Grimsby. 

Gunn, C., M.D., 125, Stephen’s Green, Dublin; 30, Church Street, 
Barnsley. 

Gubb, A. S., 29, Gower Street, London, W.C. 

Gwynne, C. N., M.D., Sharrow Lane, Sheffield. 

Gwynn, S. T., M.D., Whitchurch, Salop; J. Kniggs, Ebor Mount, 
Huddersfield. 


Hall, J. A., Lockwood, Huddersfield. 

Halliwell, R. N., Dewsbury. 

Hailes, W., junr., M.D., Prof. Normal and Pathological Anatomy, &c., 
Albany Medical College, U.S. A., 197, Hamilton Street, New York, 
U.S.A. ; Victoria Hotel. 

Haig, A., M. D., 30, Welbeck Street, London, W.; Imperial Hotel. 
Handford, H., M.D , 14, Regent Street, Nottingham. 

Hall, F. de H., 47, Wimpole Street, London ; Allerton Hall, Gledhow. 
Hargreaves, E., M.D., 2, Eyre Street, Sheffield. 

Hamilton, W. D., M.D., Columbus, Ohio, U.S.A., Hallam’s Hotel. 
Hartridge, G., 65, Green Street, Park Lane, London ; Queen’s Hotel. 

Haigh, T. A., Mel'cham. 

Halton, M, C., 35, Church Street, Barnsley. 

Harlan, H., M.D., Ballimore, Ind., U.S.A. ; Griffin Hotel. 

Hardey, E. P., 80, Spring Bank, Hull. 

Harrison, C., M.D., Lincoln. 

Hackney, John, M.D., Oaklands, Hythe, Kent ; Queen’s Hotel, No. 63. 
Hart, E., Editor British Medical Journal, 38, Wimpole Street, London; 
Gledhow Park, Leeds. 

Harvey, R., M.D., Brigade Surgeon, Bengal Army, Professor of Midwifery, 
Medical College of Bengal, 52, Chowrayhi, Calcutta ; Sir J. Kitson, 
Gledhow Hall. 

Harrison, J., 2, Hustler Terrace, Bradford. 

Harrison, W., M.D., Matlock. 

Hall, J.G., Swansea; Queen’s Hotel. 

Hare, M. J., M.D,, Berkeley House, Manchester Square, London, W. ; 
Mrs. Heaton’s, Claremont, Leeds. 

Harley, G., M.D., 25, Harley Street, London, W. ; Fenwick, Chapel- 
Allerton. 

Harley, Vaughan, M.B., 25, Harley Street, London, W. ; Fenwick, Chapel- 
Allerton. 

Handcock, G., Carlton House, Girlington, Bradford. 




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Harris, A. G. R., Selborne House, Halifax. 

Harral, C. H., 52, Kirkgate, Leeds. 

Hamilton, J. R., M. D., Elm House, Hawick ; Station Hotel, Harrogate. 
Harris, R., M.B.,Load., 18, Duke Street, Southport j 7, Belhouse Terrace, 
Ilkley. 

Harman, W. M., M.D., Brigade Surgeon (Retd.), Winchester; Jackson 
Hotel, 10, Park Place. 

Hallilay, R. P., 159, Hyde Park Road, Leeds. 

Handcock, George, West Hill House, Chapeltown Road, Leeds. 
Hargreaves, J. B., Wellgarth House, Armley. 

Haley, William Henry, Claremont House, Wakefield. 

Hart, Dann Berry, ^LD.,29, Charlotte Square, Edinburgh ; Granby Hotel, 
Harrogate. 

Hall, W., Headingley. 

Hawtin, John Xelms, Sturdie House, Roundhay Road, Leeds. 

Hall, Frederick, M.D., St. Mark’s House, Leeds. 

Hallilay, John, 28, Burley Road, Leeds 
Hartley, R. H., M.B., 29, Blenheim Terrace, Leeds. 

Hamilton, A., M.B., The Grange, Wortley. 

Hasler, J. C., Eanam, Blackburn. 

Handheld-Jones, M., M.D., 24, Montague Square, Hyde Park, London? 
Bardon Grange, Weetwood. 

Henderson, J., Hutton Buscel, York ; Trevelyan Hotel. 

Henry, J., M.D., 107, Drake Street, Rochdale. 

Hern, J., M.D., Darlington. 

Henry, R., M.D., Clones, Ireland ; St. Mark’s House, Leeds. 

Herringham, W. P, M.D., 13, Upper Wimpole Street, W. ; Vicarage, 
Leeds. 

Heald, B. Gray, Red House, East Street, Leeds. 

Hellier, John Benj., M.D., 1, De Grey Terrace, Leeds. 

Hengst, D. A., M.D., Pittsburgh, Penn., U.S.A. 

Hemming, J. Hughes, Member of Council G.M.B., Kimbolton, St. Neots. 
Henderson, G. C., M.D.,Lond., Kingston, Jamaica. 

Hewitt, G., M.D., Emeritus Professor of Obstetric Med. Univ. Coll., 36, 
Berkeley Square, London ; Queen’s Hotel. 

Hewetson, H. Bendelack, Leeds Infirmary, 11, Hanover Square, Leeds. 
Hebblethwaite, H., Burley-in-Wharfedale. 

Henderson, R. "W., M.D., 66, Camp Road, Leeds. 

Hindle, F. T., Askern, Doncaster. 

Hill, W., M.B., 24, Wimpole Street, London; 11, Hanover Square, Leeds. 
Hicks, J. B., 24, George Street, Hanover Square, W. ; Mrs. Heaton, 
Claremont, Leeds. 

Hirst, A., M.D., Deyne Bank, Prestwich; 5, Denison Road. 

Hirst, S. C., M.D., Bradford. 

Hick, Joseph, Borough Fever Hospital, Leeds. 

Holder, W., Holderness Road, Hull; Craiglands, Ilkley. 

Hogg, T. B., Smethson House, Great Wilson Street, Leeds. 

Holderness, W. B., 15, Park Street, Windsor. 



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Honey burn, R., M.B., Idle, near Bradford, Yorkshire. 

Hewlett, E. H., 4, Wright Street, Hull. 

Howard, J. F., M.D., Shaw, Lancashire. 

Hood, W., Castlegate House, York. 

Hopkins, J. W., Jr., Brunswick House, Leeds. 

Howard, E,, M.D., 86, Wimpole Street, London, W. ; Ben Bliydding 
Hydro. 

Horne, J. F., The Poplars, Barnsley ; 24, Moorland Road. 

Holland, R. B., M.D., Matlock. 

Hobson, L. J., M.t),,Lond., Harrogate. 

Holt, R.C., 56, Cohn Road, Burnley ; 10, Lyddon Terrace, Leeds. 

Holmes, C., M.D., Rujall; C. G. Wheelhouse, Hillary Place. 

Horrocks, P., M.D., 9, St. jTiiomas’s Street, London, S.E. ; c/o Dr. Hall, 
St. Mark’s House, Leeds. 

Holthouse, E. H., 85, Gower Street, Loudon ; c/o C. Granger, Esq., 3, 
Cavendish Road. 

Holdsworth, Samuel, M.D., Wakefield. 

Holmes, Joseph, Rugby House, Leeds. 

Hoi well, E. B., Sherwood House, Leeds. 

Holmes, Fredk., Springfield House, Leeds. 

Holmes, James Gardner, Newton Mount, Chapeltown Road, Leeds. 
Hollings, Robert, M.D., Grove House, Wakefield. 

Horsman, G. C., 22, King Street, Portman Square, London, W. ; Bull 
and Mouth Hotel. 

Holt, J., Castleford. 

Hunter, G., M.D., Ealing; 3, Cromer Terrace. 

Hunt, T., M.D., Heywood, Manchester. 

Husband, W. E., 56, Bury New Road, Manchester. 

Hudson, Theodore Joseph, M.D., 110, North Street, Leeds. 

Hunter, William Brown, M.D., Londonderry ; at W. L. Hunter’s, 
Pudsey, near Leeds. 

Hunter, William Lovell, M.D., Pudsey, near Leeds. 

Hunt, H. J., Harrogate. 

Hunt, De Vere, Westbourne Crescent, Canton, Cardiff; Great Northern 
Hotel. 

Hartley, W. M., 25, Brunswick Place, Leeds. 

Humphreys, J. R., Shrewsbury ; Queen’s Hotel. 

Hutchinson, C. F., M.D., &c. May Lodge, Scarborough ; c/o Sir James 
Kitson, Bt., Gledhow Hall, Leeds. 

Hutchinson, J., 15, Cavendish Square, London ; Great Northern Hotel. 
Hunter, W., M.D., St. John’s College, Cambridge; Sydney Lupton, Esq., 
Grove Cottage, Roundhay. 

Hudson, G., M.D., Westbourne House, Westbourne Grove, Scarborough; 
St. Chads, Far Headingley, c/o Miss Brown. 


Illingworth, C. R., M.D., Clayton House, Accrington ; 10, Clarendon Place. 
Ince, Surgeon-Major John, M.D., Montague House, Swanley, Kent. 




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Ingledew, J., M.D., Tynedock ; Griffin Hotel, Leeds. 

Ireland, VV. W., M.D.,Edin., Preston Lodge, Prestonpans, East Lothian ; 

Golden Lion, 2, Briggate, Leeds. 

Iredale, T., 32, Hcadingley Lane, Leeds. 


Jacob, Archibald Hamilton, M.D., 23, Ely Place, Dublin. 

Jackson, G., 10, Portland Villa, Plymouth; Queen’s Hotel. 

Jackson, S., Peel Cottage. Oldham. 

Jardine, James, M.B., Hey wood, Lancashire. 

Jacob, Ernest H., M.D., 12, Park Street, Leeds. 

Jackson, Thomas Vincent, Wolverhampton; 25, Cumberland Road, 

Headingley. 

James, Francis Percy Roesch, Thornhill House, Wakefield. 

Jackson, A., Wilkinson Street, Sheffield ; Queen’s Hotel, Leeds. 

James, J. B., 47, Jamaica Road, S.E.; Victoria Hotel, Leeds. 

Jesse^t, F. B., 16, Upper Wimpole Street, London; Dr. Churton, 35, 
Park Square. 

Jepson, E., ]\r.D., Durham; Hawthorn Dene, Moor-Allerton, Leeds. 
Jewison, Thomas William, Surgeon, Oulton, near Leeds. 

Jefferson, Robert P., 39, Leopold Street, Leeds. 

Jessop, Thomas Richard, Leeds. 

Job, S , Newark, Notts. 

Johnson, G. L., 14, Stratford Place, Oxford Street, W. ; Queen’s 

Hotel, Leeds. 

Johnstone, J. J., M.B., Tadcaster, Yorkshire. 

Jones, T. E., M.D., Grosvenor Lodge, Wrexham, N(»rth Wales ; Trevelyan 
Hotel, 7, Boar Lane. 

Johnston T., Beech Lawn, Belper, Derbyshire. 

JoneS; H. M., M.D., 141, Harley Street, W. ; Horne-Lea. 

Jones, T. E., Surgeon Llanwest, N. Wales; Golden Lion. 

Johnston, S., M.B., Surgeon, 29, Dixon Avenue, Crosshill, Glasgow; 
Lepton, Huddersfield. 

Johnston, J. S., Somer\dlle House, Sheffield; 24, Warwick Place. 

Johnston, S., M.D., 47, Barkerend Road, Bradford. 

Johnson, Christopher John Byron, Kirkby Overblow, Wetberby. 

Johuston, James, M.B., 31, Whetley Hill, Bradford, 

Johnson, S.. M.D., Stoke-upon-Trent; Trevellyan Hotel. 

Jones, A. 0., M.D., Harrogate. 

Jordan. W. R., 10, Easy Row, Birmingham; Dr. Goyder, 88, Great 
Horton Road, Bradford. 

Jowers, F. W., 27, Old Steyve, Brighton; Middelton Hotel, Ilkley. 
Johnstone, T., M.D., Springfield, Ilkley, Yorkshire. 

Jones, E., Aberdare, S. Wale.s ; Victoria Hotel. 

Johnstone, A. W., M.D., Donville K.Y., U.S.A. ; Queen’s Hotel. 

Jubb, A., Consulting Surgeon, Halifax Infirmary, 28, Akeds Road, Halifax. 


Kay, W. S., M.D.,Edin., South Yorkshire Asylum, Wadsley, Nr. Sheffield. 



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Keser, J. S., 11, Harley Street, Loudon, W. ; Queen's Hotel, Leeds. 
Kershaw, A., Farnworth. 

Kemp, B., Horbury ; Hr. Kemp’s, Castleford. 

Kegley, E. A., M.H., Cedar Rapids, I. A. ; 52, Woburn Place, London. 
Keetley, T. B.; Grimsby ; Golden Lion Hotel. 

Keighley, N. D., West House, Batley. 

Keller, 0. E., M.H., 46, Finsbury Square, London, E.C. ; Red House, 
East Street, Leeds. 

Kemp, E. W., Castleford. 

Kerr, K., M.H., 42, Grove Road, Regent’s Park, London, N.W. ; 

c/o Dr. F. R. Lees, Meanwood Lodge, Leeds. 

Keay, J. H., M.B.,Edin., 64, Albert Road, Colne, Lancashire. 

Keetley, C. B., 56, Grosvenor Street, Grosvenor Square, London, W.; 2, 
Hillary Place. 

Kenyon, J. E., 21, Park Lane, Bradford. 

Keyworth, G. H., M.B.,Lond., Wem, Shropshire; Imperial Hotel, Leeds. 
Kershaw, Hugh, Radcliffe House, Pudsey; Mechanics’ Inst. 

Kendell, D. B., M.B , Heath House, Wakefield. 

Kershaw, John Cawthron, Bruce Street, New Wortley, Leeds. 

King, H. W., M.D., Chester. 

Kinch, G. H., Heckmondwike, Yorkshire. 

Knaggs, S., Huddersfield. 

Knaggs, R. L., 26, Ramsden Street, Huddersfield. 

Knight, H. J., Brooklands, Rotherham. 


Lambert, F. W., Farsley, near Leeds. 

Lawrence, L., 125, Hodry Street, London. 

Lawrence, J., M.D., Darlington ; West Riding Hotel. 

Lazenby, J. M., M.B., Long Preston, Leeds. 

Lee, C. G., 73, Rodney Street, Liverpool; c/o T. A. Rhodes, Esq., Gran¬ 
ville Terrace, Frizinghall. 

Leech, D. J., M.D., 96, Mosley Street, Manchester. 

Leslie, W. M., M.B.,Edin., 41, Glengall Road, Cubitt Town, London 
138, Woodhouse Lane. 

Le Page, J. F., M.D,, 17, Crescent, Salford. 

Lee, W. A., Surgeon-Major Madras Medical Service, Dromore, Newport, 
Limerick ; Northern Hotel. 

Lee, G. W., M.B., Mount Pleasant, Leeds. 

Lewis, W. B,, Medical Director West Biding Asylum, West Riding 
Asylum, Wakefield. 

Leary, T., M.D., Castlederry, co. Tyrone; Victoria Hotel, Leeds. 

Leak, T. M., The Cedars, Hemsworth, near Pontefract; Wm. Firth, 
Esq., Woodsley House, Leeds. 

Littlejohn, H. D., M.D., Edinburgh ; D. Hall, St. Mark’s, Leeds. 

Little, D., M.D., St. John Street, Manchester; Gt. Northern Hotel. 

Little, J. F., M.B., 60, Welbeck Street, London, W. : Ben Rhydding, 
Leeds. 

Lindsay, J, A., M.D., 37, Victoria Place, Belfast; 24, Hanover Street. 



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Liddell, J., M.B., Winchester, ; 71, Belmont, Shipley. 

Littlewood, Harry, General Infirmary, Leeds. 

Lownds, H. A., Kirkburton, Huddersfield. 

Lord, Richard, M.D., 4, S. Ann’s Villas, dotting Hill, London ; Temperance 
Hotel, 10, Park Place, Leeds. 

Loe, James Scarborough, Grafton House, and Woodhouse Lane, Leeds. 
Logan, T., M.T)., Wibsey, near Bradford. 

Long, J., Greenside, Wortley. 

Lowther, R., M.D., Fernleigh, Grange-over-Sands; Cliffe Lodge, Hyde 
Park, Leeds. 

Lofthouse, R. C., Surgeon-General,Junior United Service Club, Charles St., 
St. James’, London ; Oxford House, Newlay, near Leeds. 

Lockwood, C. B., 19, Upper Berkeley Street, Portman Square. 

Lunn, W. J., M.D., Hull; Mr. Hodson, Beech Grove Terrace. 

Lucey, W. C., M.D., Enfield; St. Ann’s Tower, Headingley. 

Lund, M. B., Mentone, Alpes Maritimes, France; 10, Crossbeck Road, 
Ilk ley. 

Lund, E., Manchester. 

Lyon, W., M.T)., Houghton-le-Spring ; Belmont, Otley. 


MacGregor, P., Huddersfield. 

Martin, J., 1, York Place, Huddersfield. 

Macvie, A., M.D., Baildon, Yorkshire. 

MacGregor, A. G., M.D., Canisbay, Wick, Caithness, Scotland; 15, Main 
Street, Bingley, and 10, Well Close Mount, Leeds. 

Macleod, M. D., M.B., Beverley; Westfield, Leeds. 

Mackinlay, J. G., 15, Stratford Place, London, W.; Queen’s Hotel. 

Masters, J. A., Westall House, Brookgreen, Kensington ; Imperial Hotel. 

Mawson, J. W., M.B., Medical Officer of Health, Hull; Mechanics’ Institute. 

MacDonald, G., M.D., 47, Queen Anne Street, London, W. ; 14, Clarendon 
Road, Leeds. 

Madden, T. M., M.D., 55, Merton Square ; c/o Dr. Myrtle, Harrogate. 

Mapother, E. D., M.D., 32, Cavendish Square, London; Reception Room. 

Matheson, F., M.B., 11, Soho Square, London, W. 

May, B, 81, Edmund Street, Birmingham; Cumberland Priory, 

Headingley. 

MacLennan, W., M.B., 3, Buckingham Terrace, Glasgow, W. ; Hope 
Villa, Armley. 

MacDonald, M. A., M.D., 8, Gledhow Gardens, South Kensington, Lon¬ 
don ; The Beeches, Beech Grove, Harrogate. 

Mackinlay, R , M.D., Lichfield, Staffordshire ; Queen’s Hotel. 

Martin, J. W., M.D.,Mch., 76, Brunswick Street; Sheffield. 

Macewen, W., 3, Woodside Court, Glasgow ; Mr. Jessop, Roundhay Mount 

Madden, Thomas More, M. D., 55, Merrion Square, Dublin ; c/o Dr. Myrtle, 
Harrogate. 

MacLintock, Jas., M.D,, Bradford Town Hall. 

Mason, William Harrap, Mario Street, Dewsbury Road, Leeds. 



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Mayo, Frank Herbert, 49, Otley Road, Headingley. 

MacPlierson, J., M.B., 47, Tong Road. 

Mantle, A., M.D., Stanley, Durham ; Great Northern Hotel. 

Marsh, F., 34, Paradise Street, Birmingham. 

Marshall, M. A., M.D., 16, Stanley Gardens, Netting Hill, London j 
Quarrydene, Weetwood, near Leeds. 

Martin, W. Y., M.D., Walkden, near Bolton ; Jackson’s Park Hotel, Park 
Place, Leeds. 

MacLaurin, H. N., M.D., 155, Macquarie Street, Sydney, N.S.W. ; 
Queen’s Hotel, Leeds. 

Margerson, W. E., Roscoe House, Dewsbury. 

Mackenzie, W. G., Belfast ; Queen’s Hotel. 

Maddin, G., Dublin ; 6, Cowhill Lane, Ashton-under-Lyne. 

MacNamara, P. J., M.D., Adelaide Place, Brufif, Ireland, 

Martin, S., M.D., 10, MansOeld Street, Cavendish Street, London, W. ; 
Great Northern Station Hotel. 

Mackenzie, J., M.D., 66, Bank Parade, Burnley; 2, Mount Pleasant, 
Ilkley. 

May, J. H. S., Melford House, Plymouth ; Queen’s Hotel. 

MacDonald, P. W., M.D., The County Asylum, Dorchester, Dorset;. 

5, Warwick Place. 

Martin, J., Moses’ Gate, Bolton. 

Macnaughton. W. A., M.D., Walker-on-Tyne. 

McNaught, F. J., Walsham-le-Willows ; Queen’s Hotel. 

McLennan, T., M.B., 191, Pitt Street. Glasgow; c/o Dr. Thomas Logan, 
Wibsey, Bradford. 

McLean, C. J. R., M.D. Edin., Yeadon, near Leeds. 

McGill, A. F., Leeds; Harrogate. 

McNicoll, E. D., Southport; Ashfield, Skircoat, Halifax. 

McGeagh, W., M.D., 20, Spellow Lane, Liverpool; Albion Hotel. 
McDowall, T. W., M.D., County Asylum, Morpeth ; West Riding Asylum,. 
Menston. 

McDowall, J. G., M. D., Menston Asylum, nr. Leeds. 

McNaught, J., M.D., Boothfold, Newchurch, near Manchester; Queen’s- 
Hotel. 

McKane. G. O., Bischoff House, Hartley Hill, Leeds. 

McAleer, J., M.D., Darheld, Barnsley. 

Measures, J. W., Todmorden, 

Mead, George B , M.D., Wentraore House, Newmarket, Suffolk. 

Medwin, A. G., M.D., Benton Street, London; Imperial Hotel. 

Menzies, J. H., 1, Gwendwr Road, London, W. ; Queen’s Hotel. 

Meredith, J., M.D., Willington, Somerset ; 16, Park Place. 

Menken, S., M.D., 8, Place de la Nassiu, Biarritz; Bradford. 

Merson, J., M.D., Hull; Dr. McDowall, Menston Asylum. 

Mint, W., M.D., M. B., Kirkby Moorside. 

Milach, F., M.D., 30, Hope Street, Liverpool ; Queen’s Hotel. 

Mitchell, J., M.D., Barnard Castle ; Dr. Oliver, West End Park, Harrogate.- 
Milne, J. Black, M.B., The Infirmary, Dewsburj^ 




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Miers, Arthur, The Infirmary, Leeds. 

Milne, Alexander, M. B., The Infirmary, Dewsbury. 

Miall, P. E., loO, Mauiiingham Lane, Bradford. 

Morris, H., M.B., 2, Mansfield Street, Cavendish Square. London ; Mr. 
Jessop, Eoundhay Mount. 

Moody, J. M., Cane Hill Asylum, Penley, Surrey; Mrs. Lawson’s, Bram- 
hope Manor. 

Mott, F. W., M.D., Meadowlead, Harrow; Springville, Headingley- 
Molony, D., Cashil, Ireland ; Harrogate. 

Moffatt, J. G., M.B., 1, South Street, Keighley, Yorks. 

Moloney, Patrick J., Dungarv^an, Co. Waterford; Alexandra Hotel, Harro¬ 
gate. 

Moynihan, Btrrkeley G. A, M.B.,Lond., Millgarth Street, Leeds. 

Moore, Surgeon-General Sir William, 15, Portland Place, London ; Queen’s 
Hotel. 

Moffat, D., M.B , 4, Walworth Terrace, Glasgow ; West Riding Hotel. 
Morrison, J. H.', M. D., Perth ; Queen’s Hotel. 

Moore, S., M.D., West End House, Holbeck, Leeds. 

Morris, W. J., Portmadoc ; Great Northern Hotel. 

Morris, E., M.D., Spalding; Thomas Lawson, Esq., Newton Hall. 

Morgan, F., Uffculme, Levon ; Queen’s Hotel. 

Morley, R. B., 2, We5tfield Terrace, Chapel-Allerton, Leeds. 

Morton, T. H., M.D., Don House, Brightside, Sheffield. 

Morgan, W. F., 106, West Street, Leeds. 

Monks, E. H., 29, Alexandra Road, Southport ; Headingley Road, Leeds. 
Moore, W. W., M.D., Brighton ; Great Northern Station Hotel. 

Mullan, A., M. D., Ballymena, co. Antrim ; Connaught Hotel, Harrogate. 
Musson, W. E., Mayfield, Clitheroe ; Dr. C. V. Newstead, 40, Headingley 
Lane. 

Mules, P, H., Bowdon ; Cliffe Mount, Meanwood. 

Musgrave, Frederick B., 1, Brunswick Place, Leeds. 

Musgrave, F. E., M.B., 179, Belle Vue Road, Leeds. 

Murphy, J., M. D., Sunderland ; c/o J. Geig, Headingley Hill. 

Murray, J., M.B.,Cam., Surgeon 1st Vol. Batt. King’s Own R.L.R., 

16, Hartington Street, Barrow-in-Furness; Bull and Mouth Hotel. 
Murray, J., M.B., H.M. Prison, Wakefield. 

IMunro, J., M.D., Barnard Castle; c/o W. Horne, Esq., Solicitor, Sandal, 
Wakefield. 

Myrtle, A. S., M.D., Harrogate. 

Myrtle, J. A., Harrogate. 


Napper, A.- A., Broad Oak, Cranleigh, Surrey; Mr. Wheelhouse’s, 
Hillary Place. 

Nairne, J. Stuart, 12, Royal Crescent, Crosshill, Glasgow; Bernard 
Evans, Esq., Seacroft Lodge, near Leeds. 

Naylor, J. H., Wesley House, Low Moor, near Bradford; Mechanics’ 
Institute. 



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Nelson, J, M.D., Belfast ; Mrs. Francis Lupton, Beech wood, Elmet 
Lane, Ronndhay. 

Newman, 1)., M.D., 18, Woodside Place, Glasgow; 8, Blenheim Terrace. 
Nesfield, S., 1, M.D., Richmond Place, Old Trafford, Manchester. 

Neech, J. L., Oswestry ; 74, Fenton Street. 

Newstead, G., Eccleshill, near Bradford. 

Newton, G., Dukinfield Lodge, Bukinfield. 

Bruce Street, New Wortley. 

Newstead, Charles Vincent, 40, Headingley Lane, Leeds. 

Needham, Frederick, M.D., Barnwood House, Gloucester ; F. VV. Lawson, 
Esq., Adel, Leeds. 

Nicholson, R. H. B., Hull. 

Nicholson, C., 62, Bootham, York ; c/o D. Waddington, Roscoe Terrace, 
Upper Armley, Leeds. 

Nickols, Thomas, New Wortley. 

Nicholson, A., Woodhouse Hall, East Ardsley, Wakefield; Ur. Kershaws, 
Norman, 0., Dublin; Imperial Hotel. 

North, S. W., York. 

Nowell, James, Melbourne House, Rothwell, Leeds. 

Nuttall, RatclifFe, Bank House, Bradford. 

Nunneley, J. A., M.B., 22, Park Place, Leeds. 


Oakley, John, Holly House, Halifax ; Mechanics’ Institute. 

O’Connor, M. R , M.D., 3, Cecil Street, Limerick; Adelphi Hotel, 
Harrogate. 

O’Callaghan, R., Carlow ; Great Northern Hotel. 

O’Callagham, M. Q., Brailsford, near Derby ; Armley Lodge. 

O’Dwyer, Brigade Surgeon F. F., M.D., Medical Staff, Queen’s University, 
Ireland, Malta; Golden Lion Hotel, 2, Briggate, Leeds. 

Ogden, C., Drake Street, Rochdale. 

O’Keeffe, J. M., Brendau House, Widnes. 

Oliver, T., M.D., Eldon Square, Newcastle-upon-Tyne; Newton Hall, 
Chapel-Allerton, Leeds. 

Oliver, Matthew Jas., M.B., 19, Clarendon Place, Leeds. 
Oldham, C., 1, Brunswick Place, Brighton ; Great Northern Hotel. 

O’Neill, H., M. D. ,6, College Square East, Belfast; Imperial Hotel, Briggate.^ 
Openshaw, T. H., M.B., 21, Gower Street, London, W.C.; Manchester. 
Owen, W’’. H., Septon, Huddersfield; 5, Fallowfield Terrace, Leeds. 
Ozanne, F. N., Earlsboro’ House, Harrogate. 

Ozanne, Glenmae, Public Hospital, B. Guiana; Earlsboro’ House, Harro¬ 
gate. 


Page, W. I., Wimbledon Common ; Ilkley Wells House. 

Parry, T. W., Ferndale, Glamorganshire, Great Northern Hotel. 
Parsons, C., M.D., Dover; Mr. Wheelhouse, Hillary Place. 


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Parsons, J. Inglis., M.D., 9, Collingham Place, London, S.W. ; c/o. '^Peter 
Nussey, Esq., Springville, Headingley. 

Patton, A., M.B., Farnham House, Fingley ; Dr. Hunter, Pudsey, 

Parkinson, C. H. W., Wimborne Minster, Dorset. 

Paley, R., M.D., Yore Bank, Pipon; Victoria Hotel. 

Parsons, John, Burnley, Lancashire; Mrs. Brown’s, 10, Lyddon Terrace. 

Partington, W., Lennox House, Tnnstall, Staffs. ; The Ferns, West Villas, 
Stockton-on-Tees. 

Parker, Rushton, M.B,, 59, Rodney Street, Liverpool; Grove Cottage, 
North Lane, Roundhay. 

Parsons, Francis, West Worthing. 

Parsons, H. F., M.D., 13, Whitworth Road, South Norwood. 

Parke, Charles J., St. Kilda, Brakspeare Road, Brockley, S.E. ; J. Ostler, 
Esq., Newton Grove. 

Pavy, F. W., M.D., 35, Grosvenor Street, London ; Great Northern Station 
Hotel. 

Perkins, J. F., M.D., 1,012, Madison Avenue, Baltimore, U.S.A. ; Queen’s 
Hotel. 

Pearl, R. S., M.D., North Shields ; Imperial Hotel, Briggate. 

Pearson, Albert E. A., Public Dispensary, Leeds. 

Pearse, W., St. Teedy, Bodmin ; Great Northern Station Hotel. 

Penny, J. C., M.D., Deputy Surgeon-General, Grindlay and Co., 55, 
Parliament Street, London ; Great Northern Hotel. 

Percival, T., Knottingley; Chas. Watson, Burton Grange, Headingley. 

Philipson, G. H., M.D., Newcastle-upon-Tyne ; Great Northern Railway 
Station Hotel. 

Philpots, H., M.B., Oxton, Birkenhead ; Albany House, Ilkley. 

Pigeon, W. H., 6, Albion Street, Hull. 

Pirie, G. A., M.B., 43, Tay Street, Dundee. 

Pilcher, W. J., Boston, Lincolnshire; 6, St. Chad’s Villas, Far Headingley, 
Leeds. 

Pickles, John J., 105, Camp Road, Leeds. 

Pope, F. M., M.B., Campbell House, Leicester; Rhydding Grange, Ilkley. 

Porritt, N., 14, New North Road, Huddersfield. 

Pope, Edward, Trenge, Herts. 

Powell, S., M.D., 7, Thayer Street, Manchester Square, London, W. ; 
Elniet Hall. 

Powell R. D., M.D., 62, Wimpole Street; Great Northern Hotel. 

Pope, H, B., M.D., Kington, Herefordshire ; 8, Mount Preston. 

Pogson, Win., The Grange, Seacroft. 

Poole, Surgeon-Major, M.D., Upper Norwood, London ; 17, Virginia Road. 

Pope, Edward, Tring, Herts.; Trevelyan Hotel. 

Porter, William Smith, M. D., Glossop Road, Sheffield ; 19, Queen Street, 
Leeds. 

Pritchard, W., M, D., 3, George Street, Hanover Square, London, W. ; 
Weetwood Lodge. 

Prichard, R. A., Conway, N. Wales ; Great Northern Hotel. 

.Prankerd, 0. R., M.D., Brighton; 74, Fenton Street. 



Preston, F., Bethnall Green Workhouse, E. ; Wordsworth House, Oak 
Lane, Bradford. 

Purdy, James Robert, M.B., Springwell Grange, Oulton, Leeds ; Dr. C. 

M. Chadwick, 3, Park Square, Leeds. 

Pye-Smith, P. H., M.D., 54, Harley Street, London; Sir Edward Baines, 
St. Ann’s Hill. 


Ramskill, J., 29, Meadow Lane, Leeds, 

Ransome, A., M. D., Droisdale, Bowdon ; 4, De Grey Road, Leeds. 
Ramsden, H. Dobcross, Saddleworth. 

Rattray, John Moysey, M.B., Rook Lane House, Frome, Somerset; 22, 
Springfield Place. 

Eabagliati, M., M.D., Bradford. 

Rawson, E. E., Thornton, near Bradford. 

Rentoul, R. R., M.D., Hartington Road, Liverpool; Great Northern Hotel. 
Reed, T. A., Official Reporter, British Medical Journal, Rusholme, Surbi¬ 
ton ; Park Hotel. 

Rhodes, G. W., Surgeon to the Huddersfield Infirmary, Huddersfield. 
Rhodes, G. S., Saltbarn-by-the-Sea ; Wonoak, Harrogate. 

Ridge, J. J,, M.D., Carlton House, Enfield ; Jackson’s, Park Hotel, 10, 
Park Place, Leeds. 

Richardson, W., M.D., Union Mills, Isle of Man. 

Richards, J. E., 45, Bradford Road, Huddersfield. 

Richards, J. P., The County Asylum, Han well; Queen’s Hotel. 

Ricketts, James, Ashgarth, Pannal Ash, Harrogate. 

Richardson, William James, M. B,, 16, Queen Street, Keighley. 

Richardson, Charles, Wintoun House, North Street, Leeds. 

Ritchie, T., Otley. 

Rivington, W., 22, Finsbury Square, London; Bank House, Morley. 
Rowley, C. 0., 20, Church Street, Barnsley; West Hill House, Chapel- 
town Road. 

Rowbotham, H. C., Vale House, Melbourne, Derbyshire ; Great Northern 
Railway Hotel. 

Robinson, J., Frodsham, Cheshire ; T. Mayor, Hilboro, Sheffield. 

Royston, 0., M.D., 1, St. Stephen’s Crescent, Westbourne Park, London, 
W.; Hydropathic Establishment, Harrogate. 

Roe, E. A. H., Surgeon Major, M.D., Bally Connell, Ireland ; Golden Lion 
Hotel. 

Roberts, A.,M.D., Oaklands, Keighley. 

Robinson, M., Surgeon-Major, Carleton Road, Pontefract. 

Routh, C. H. F., M.D., 52, Montague Square, London, W. ; Queen’s 
Hotel, Leeds. 

Roberts, Edwin, 3, Chorley Lane, Leeds. 

Robson, A. W. Mayo, Hillary Place, Leeds. 

Rowe, Geo. Herbert, Hillary Place, Leeds. 

Roper, Herbert John, 4, Spencer Place, Roundhay Road, Leeds. 

Roulston, William, Southgate, Wakefield. 

Robertshaw, David, M.B., Crail, Fife; W.R. Asylum, Wakefield. 




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Roberts, Sir. W., 8, Manchester Square, London; Queen’s Hotel. 
Robinson, E., 42, Park Square, Leeds. 

Robinson, H., Alma House, Barnsley ; 43, Ella Street, Leeds. 

Roberts, R., Portmadoc, North Wales ; Great Northern Hotel. 

Robertson, J. A., M. D., Stilton, Peterborough; Commercial Hotel, Albion 
Street. 

Robinson, H., Hawthorn House, Gladstone Road, Chesterfield. 

Rumbolt, S., Belgaund House, Leeds. 

Rugg, G. P., M.D., Loudon ; 17, Cromer Terrace. 

Russell, William, M.D., Edinburgh ; Victoria Hotel. 

Rygale, B. J., Cambridge; Trevelyan Hotel. 

Ptygate, J. R., Werton-Leyland, Bridgwater. 


Sadler, M. T., M.t>. ,Lond., Barnsley. 

Sandwith, F. M., Cairo ; Queen’s Hotel. 

Sales, H. Harlow, 17, Harrison Street, Leeds. 

Sankey, Rd. Hy. Heurtley, Littlemore, Oxford ; 2, Alexandra Terrace,. 
Harrogate. 

Salisbury, Chas. Ramsden, 32, Park Square, Leeds. 

Saundby, R., M.D., 83 a, Edmund Street, Birmingham; c/o Dr. Eddison, 
Park Place, Leeds. 

Scott, T., M.D., Ilkley. 

Scattergood, A. K., 1, Blenheim Square, Leeds. 

Scattergood, Thomas, 41, Park Square, Leeds. 

Scurrield, H., M.D., Sunderland; 19, Clarendon Place. 

Scott, G. R. S., Ridgefield, North Hill Road. 

Scatchard, Thomas Edward, Boston Spa. 

Sergeant, Joseph S., Great Horton. Bradford, 

Sellers, Arthur Edward, Grove Place, Dalton, Huddersfield; Ida 
Hospital, Horsforth. 

Sheild, A. M., M.B , 20, Stratford Place, London, W.; Golden Lion 
Hotel, Leeds. 

Shirley, M. B., Grove House, Batley. 

Sheen, A,, M.D., Cardiff; Great Northern Hotel. 

Sharpies, T., Dardsley, Tostock Hall; Griffin Hotel. 

Shives, J., M.D., Liversedge. 

Sharpe, Geo. W., Croft House, Farnley, Leeds. 

Shirley, Matthew, Beeston Hill, Leeds. 

Shuttleworth, Geo. Ed., M.D., Royal Albert Asylum, Lancaster; Granby 
Hotel, Harrogate. 

Shejburn, J., M.B., Hull; Great Northern Station, Hull. 

Shann, H. C., Micklegate, York ; Mayo Robson, Esq., Hillary Place. 

Sinclair, W. J., M.D., 268, Oxford Road, Manchester. 

Sibley, S. W., 7, Harley Street, Loudon, W. ; Arthur Lupton, Esq.r 
Roundhay. 

Sibijiorpe, C., Brigade Surgeon I.M.S. Madras, Professor of Surgery, 
Madras Med. Coll., 36, Upper Leeson St., Dublin; J. R. Ford, Esq., 
Quarry Hall, Weetwood. 





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Sinclair, D., Great Horton, Jiradford. 

Skipton, Samuel Stacy, M.D., 4, Highfield Terrace, Leopold Street, Leeds, 
Sloman, S. G., Farnham, Surrey; iien Rhydding Hydro. 

Slight, G., M.D., 3, Clifford Street, Bond Street. 

Smith, R., M.I)., Durham County Asylum, Winterton, Ferryhill; 9, 
Clarendon Place. 

Smith, J. D., M.D., 4, Russell Terrace, Anlaby Road, Hull. 

Smith, P. C., Durham County Asylum, Winterton, Ferryhill; 9, Clarendon 
Place. 

Smith, N., 24, Queen Anne Street, London ; Great Northern Hotel. 

Smith, T. H., 265, Hyde Park Road, Leeds. 

Smith, W. W., M.D., 14, Stratford Place, London, W. ; Crescent Hotel, 
Ilkley. 

Smith, E, M.B , 12, Folds Road, Bolton; Dr. Sinclair’s, Great Horton, 
Bradford. 

Smith, P. C., M.D., Cidlunor, Motherwell, N.B. 

Smith, W, J., Packgate, Rotherham, and Boston Spa, Yorks. 

Smyth, J., Pudsey, near Leeds. 

Smith, W., M.D., 2, Stanhope Terrace, Gloster Gate, N.W. 

Smith, D. T., M.B., 2, Fishergate Hill, Preston; 22, Warwick Place, 
Leeds. 

Smailes, Robert, Carlton Lodge, Leeds. 

Smith, Robert Percy, M.D., Bethlem Royal Hospital, St. George’s Road. 

London, S.E., c/o Dr. J. G. McDowall, Menston Asylum. 

Smeeton, Chas. W., Leeds Public Dispensary. 

Smith, Henry Archbald, 2, Victoria Terrace, Far Headingley. 

Smith, S. C., M.D., Halifax. 

Smith, T., Hunslet Road, Leeds. 

Smith. W., M.D., Eccles, near Manchester. 

Smith, C., M.B,, Melbourne Place, Wolverhampton; Griffin Hotel. 

Snell, S., 17, Eyre Street, Sheffield; Queen’s Hotel. 

Snow, W. V., M.D., 2, Richmond Gardens, Bournemouth ; Great Northern 
Hotel. 

Solly, S. E., M.D., Colorado Springs, Colorado, U.S.A.; Imperial Hotel. 
Somerville, R., M.D., Galashiels, N.B. ; N. E. Station Hotel, Harrogate. 
Solomon, J. V., Birmingham ; 6, De Grey Road. 

Spicer, S., M.D,, 28, Welbeck Street, Cavendish Square, W. ; Golden 
Lion Hotel. 

Spence, W. J., Syston, Leicester ; Elmleigh, Ilkley. 

Square, J. E., Plymouth ; Great Northern Station Hotel. 

Strut, C. T., Haydock Lodge, Newton-le-Willows. 

Stuart, J., M.D., Ballymena, Ireland. 

Stallard, J. P., M.B., Manchester. 

Stewart, D., M. D., Mapperley Road, Nottingham ; 35, West Hillary Street. 
Storrs, R., Doncaster; Bull Hotel, Wakefield. 

Stone, G., 88, Rodney Street, Liverpool; Queen’s Hotel. 

Stoker, W., 34, Stephen’s Green. 

Stainthorpe, T., M.D., Hexham ; 8, Warwick Place, Leeds. 

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Stevenson, R., March Villa, Rothwell, Leeds. 

Stanger, G. E., 82, Brook Green, London, W.; 29, Sholebroke Avenue. 
Stamp, \V. D., Ridgeway House, Plympton, S. Devon; (rreat Northern 
Station Hotel. 

Stockwell, F., M.D., Bruton, Somerset; Queen’s Hotel. 

Steele, S. T., Manor House, Morley, near Leeds. 

Stevens, G., Norton, Bury St. Edmonds; Imperial Hotel. 

Stevenson, G., M.D., Stretford, Manchester. 

Strange, W., M. D., Worcester ; 9, Spring Road, Headingley. 

Storry, Frederic William, Lansdown, Stroud; 19, Queen Street, Leeds, 
Statter, W. Aked, Thornhill House, Wakefield. 

Steel, Arthur Robert, Fern Villa, Belle Vue, Wakefield. 

Stack, Edward C., Stanningley. 

Stanger, W., St. John’s Towers, Wakefield. 

Steedman, P. A., Harewood, Leeds. 

Stokes, Sir W., Dublin, 38, Cookridge Street. 

Strong, H. J., M.D., Croydon. 

Sutclifife, J., Grosvenor House, Stalybridge. 

Sutton, F., Willingham-by-Stow,Gainsborough; 23,Clover Terrace, Leeds. 
Summerskill, Wm., 246, Meanwood Road, Leeds. 

Swailes, T., Hawthorn House, Honley ; Dr. Pickles, 105, Camp Road, 
Leeds. 

Sweeting, R. D. R., Western Fever Hospital, Fulham, S.W. ; Carrfield 
House, Camp Road. 

Sykes, J., M.D., Doncaster. 

Sykes, W., Mexborough, nr. Rotherham. 

Symes, E. W., M.D . Hope Hall, Halifax ; c'o Mrs. Heaton, Claremont, 
Leeds. 

Sympson, Thomas, Lincoln ; Great Northern Station Hotel. 

Sympson, E. M., 3, James Street, Lincoln ; J. B. Carter, Elm House, 
Chapel-Allerton. 


Tail, L., Birmingham ; Queen’s Hotel. 

Taylor, J. W., M.D., Rothsay House, Scarbro.’ 

Taylor, J. C., M.B., Las Palmas, Grand Canary. 

Taylor, J., Hay garth House, Chester ; Great Northern Hotel. 

Taylor, George Stamp, Clifton House, Beeston Hill, Leeds. 

Taylor, W., M.D., 71, Queen Street, Cardiff; Hydro., Ben Rhydding. 
Taylor, J. J., Newcastleton, N.B.; Yeadon. 

Teale, J. W., Scarborough ; Cookridge Street. 

Telford, S., M.D., Liverpool; 3, Cromer Terrace. 

Teale, Thomas Pridgin, M.B., 38, Coo^tridge Street, Leeds. 

Thatcher, C. H., 13, Albany Street, Edinburgh; Brook House, Sandal, 
Wakefield. 

Thompson, W. B., Surgeon Army Medical Staff, The Barracks, York. 
Thomas, \V., M.B., 200, Bristol Road, Birmingham ; Mr. Nussey’s, Spring- 
ville, Shaw Lane, 



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Thompson, A. H., Great Ouseburii, York. 

Thomas, W. R., M.D., Little Forest House, Bournemouth ; Great 
Northern Hotel. 

Thimbleby, J., Spilsby, Manchester; Trevelyan Hotel. 

Thresh, J. C., M.B., Victoria Park, Manchester; 7, Hanover Square, 
Leeds. 

Thompson, E., 72, Lofthouse Place, Leeds. 

Thomas, G. D., M.D., Park Lodge, Paddington ; Great Northern Hotel. 

Thompson, J. T., M.B., 23, Charles Street, Cardiff; Settle, Yorkshire. 

Thompson, W., Public Dispensary, Leeds. 

Thompson, Walter, General Infirmary, Leeds. 

Thompson, S. M., 34, Harcourt Street, Dublin ; Trevel^'^an Hotel, Boar 
Lane, Leeds, 

Thorp, C. W., Dobroyd, Todmorden ; Great Northern Station Hotel. 

Thompson, H., Martin Street, Hull. 

Topham, A. S., 36, Prescott Street, Halifax. 

Towance, D. W., M.B., 3, Albion Crescent, Dowan Hill, Glasgow ; 
Wm. Harvey, Esq., Spring Bank, Headingley. 

Tomlinson, Edward Denham, M.D., Brigade-Surgeon, St. James’s Road, 
Upper Dorking; 1, Hillary Street, Leeds. 

Tordoflf, Hardy, St. Paul’s Street, Leeds, 

Tompkins, H., M.D., Leicester; Queen’s Hotel. 

Trees, E. L., 7, Newhall Street, Birmingham ; Queen’s Hotel. 

Treves, F., 6, Wimpole Street, London, W. 

Trotter, Walter Octavius, Pocklington, Yorks.; W. Powells, Esq., 4, 
Queen Square. 

Trend, Theophilus Wm., M.D, Southampton; 1, Fairfield Villas, East 
Parade, Harrogate. 

Trevelyan, Edmond F., M.D., Le.ds General Infirmary. 

Tuckey, C. L., M.D , 14, Green Street, Grosvenor Square, London ; Ben 
Rhydding Hydro. 

Turner, C. W,, 4, Cowper Street, New Leeds, Leeds. 

Tuke, C. M., Manor House, Chiswick. 

Turner, Alfred, M.B., West Riding Asylum, Menston, near Leeds. 

Tuke, D. H., M.D., Lyndon Lodge, Hanwell, W. ; W. R. Asylum, Wake¬ 
field. 

Tyson, W. J., M.D., Folkestone ; Great Northern Hotel. 


Underhill, A. S., M.D., Great Bridge, Tepton ; W. Cooke, Esq., Moortown. 


Waddington, F., Upper Armley, Leeds. 

Walker, W., M.D., Shawlands, Glasgow ; Queen’s Hotel, Leeds. 

Wallis, J. A., M.D., County Asylum, Whittingham, Lancashire ; Menston 
Asylum. 

Walter, W., M.D., Manchester. 

Walton, R. S., M.B., Hebden Bridge. 

Walter, K. S., Army Medical Staff, Prospect House, Guildford Road, Yorki 


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Warner, F., M.D.,LoikI., 24, Harley Street, London; 18, Moorland Hoad. 
Watson, T., M.D., South Stockton ; Imperial Hotel. 

Walker, J. E., Park House, Lindley, Huddersfield. 

Wallace, F., 90, Cazenooeks, London, N. ; Great Northern Hotel. 

Warden, Charles, M.I)., 4, Greenfield Crescent, Edgbaston, Birmingham ; 

Imperial Hotel, Leeds. 

Walker, W., M.D., Redcar ; Albion Hotel. 

Walker, A, W. H., M.D., Argyle House, Harrogate. 

Wallace, W., M.B., Westfield House, Shawlands ; Ilkley Wells House, 
Ilkley. 

Ward, Edward. M.B., 22, Park Place, Leeds. 

Walker, Thomas, The PHms, Wakefield. 

Ward, J. By water, M.D, Warneford Asylum, Oxford; 32, Hyde Terrace, 
Leeds. 

Ward, William Simpson, Hunslet Road, Leeds. 

Walker, Henry Seeker, The Elms, Wakefield. 

Walters, Charles A., Wharfedale House, Cheltenham ; Red House, Ponte¬ 
fract, and 8, Springfield Place. 

Walker, E., M.B., 23, New North Road, Huddersfield. 

Walker, J. B., M. D., The Sycamores, Golcar, near Huddersfield. 

Wallace, A., M.D., Wellfield House, Rochdale. 

Walker, R. F., Leeds Infirmary. 

Watkins, J. W., M.D., Newton-le-Willows, Lancs. 

Watkins, R. W., Towcester. 

Walker, B., M.D., Kirkby Stephen. 

Webb, W., M. D., Wirksworth, Derbyshire ; Queen's Hotel. 

Westcott, W. W., M.B., 396. Camden Road, London, N. ; Golden Lion 
Hotel. 

Webster, B., M.D., Morton Palm, Alderley Edge ; H. Webster, Esq., 
Harrogate. 

Whalley, W., M.D., 77, Horton Lane, Bradford. 

White, J., 22, King Street, Wigan. 

White, W., Regent Street, Barnsley. 

Whitehead, W., 449, Oxford Road, Manchester; Great Northern Hotel. 
White, H. W., Greenbank, Leeds Road, Bradford. 

Whitelegge, Arthur, M.D., 13, Belgrave Square, Nottingham. 

Wheelhouse, Claudius Galen, Hillary Place, Leeds- 
Whitham, John H., M.D., 151, Roundhay Road, Leeds. 

White, J., Nottingham ; Queen’s Hotel. 

White, Brigade-Surgeon J. B., Markham Hall, Waltham Abbey, Essex ; 
Great Northern Hotel. 

White, S., M.D., Brookhill, Sheffield; Lyntonville, Headingley. 
Williamson, R. E, M.B., Trenance, Lymm, Cheshire; Queen’s Hotel, 
Leeds. 

Wisken, H., Heywood. 

Wier, Surgeon-Major P. A., M.B., 7, Kelvinside Gardens, Glasgow; Vic¬ 
toria Hotel, Great George Street. 

Wilch, H., M.D.. Public Health Office, Blackpool. 



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Wilson, F., 3. Nelson Avenue, Full, 

Wilson, S., 155, Mare Street, Hackney, N. B. ; Queen’s Hotel (to-day only). 
Wigin, G. W., Methley, Leeds. 

Wiglesworth, J., M.D., Rainhill, Lancs. ; Imperial Hotel. 

Williams, W. T., Kings Sutton, Banbury ; 93, Caledonian Road. 

Winkfield, A., 2d, Beaumont Street, Oxford ; Crofton Hall, Wakefield. 
Williamson, G. E., 22, Eldon Square, Newcastle-on-Tyne ; Great Northern 
Hotel. 

Williams, D., M.D., 25, Old Burlington Street, London; 5, Wellclose 
Place, Carlton Hill. 

Willcox, R. L., Warminston, Wilts. ; 23, Park Square, Leeds. 

Wilson, T., Wallsend-on-Tyne; Trevelyan Hotel. 

Wigg, T. C., M.I)., Derby ; Midland Hotel. 

Wise, Robert Stanton, M.D., Banbury ; Grace Street, Leeds. 

Wiley, E. 0., Knaresbro’. 

Wood, A., West End Street, Kirby Moorside. 

Wood, T. O., M.D., 40, Margaret Street, Cavendish Square, London, W. ; 

22, Springfield Place. 

Wood, C. A., Montreal, Canada. 

Wood, F. H., Arundel House; Wakefield. 

Wood, J. C., 32, Frederick Street, Sunderland ; Griffin Hotel. 

Woodhead, G. S., M.D., 6, Marchhall Crescent, Edinburgh ; Sougdenholme, 
Huddersfield. 

Woods, Hugh, M.D., Highgate, London. 

Wright, F., Stamford Bridge, York 3 Springfield House, Leeds. 

Wright, Charles James, Lynton Villa, Virginia Rd., Leeds. 

Wrench, E. M. ,Baslow, Derbyshire. 

Wylie, William, M.D., Dymley House, Skipton. 


Yates, J., M.D., Pitt Bank, Oldham. 

Yellowlees, D., M.D., Royal Asylum, Gartnavel, Glasgow ; 3, St. George’s 
Terrace. 

Yeo, J. B., M.D., 44, Hertford Street, Mayfair ; Dr. Hall, Moorhouse, 
Headingley. 

Yelf, R. E. B., M.B., Moreton-in-Marsh ; Gloucestershire. 

Young, G. E., M.D., Grosvenor Lodge, Headingley, Leeds. 

Young, G. W., County Councillor, West Riding, Woodhouse Hall, East 
Ardsley; Dr. Kershaw, Bruce Street, New Ai’ortley. 
























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